UNCTAD has published a report International Investment in Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation: Trends and Policy Developments, which aims to inform the debate on climate finance at COP27 and incorporates key findings from numerous sources, including the World Investment Report 2022.

This study explores the growth of solar power in seven key Asian countries, the potential for future growth and the avoided fossil fuel costs due to solar electricity generation between January and June 2022. The report was jointly developed by Ember, CREA and IEEFA.

India has the fourth largest installed capacity of wind energy in the world, with the addition of 41 GW as of June 2022. However, this figure is quite low when consider India’s potential of 695.5 GW at 120 m hub height and 302 GW at 100 m hub height.

The Poverty and Gender Assessment examines the structural challenges to securing a robust and inclusive recovery from the pandemic and sustained progress in poverty reduction and gender equality in The Gambia.

This Roadmap provides recommendations for mobilizing a massive and more equitable scale-up of investment in solar energy by 2030.

The report of the inter-ministerial committee has examined key issues with respect to energy data in India such as definitions and concepts of all the key parameters in the energy sector, calorific values, economic/statistical units, energy products/resources, data collection/compilation and energy and commodity balances.

The Global Status Report for Buildings and Construction (Buildings-GSR) is a flagship publication of the UNEP-hosted Global Alliance for Buildings and Construction (GlobalABC).

Limited supply and unequal vaccine distribution means that lower-income countries consistently struggle to access essential inoculations in demand by wealthier countries, according to this latest report, by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Climate change presents the continent of Africa with multiple challenges. African countries are particularly exposed to the physical risks arising from the global rise in temperatures.

Humanity is at a crossroads - a moment of great risk and great opportunity. One path leads to attractive growth and development; the other to great difficulties and destruction.

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