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The Co-benefits Evaluation Tool for the Urban Energy System

Tool / Instrument

The tool evaluates climate co-benefits for the urban energy system based on different scenarios of socioeconomic, technological and demographic developments.

Event: Seventh International Forum on Energy for Sustainable Development

This meeting will explore how to deliver on national commitments, including nationally determined contributions (NDCs) under the UNFCCC and investment in renewable energy to reduce the carbon intensity of the energy sector.

How increasing efficiency can stem climate change impacts on the energy-water nexus


Energy-water nexus issues heighten in the face of climate change


Promoting Energy Efficiency in China’s Logistics Sector to Support Green Growth and Fight Climate Change

 

China has the largest logistic sector in the world, but poor infrastructure networks, connectivity, and integration are hampering the sector. Efficient and green logistics will improve competitiveness, energy efficiency, and reduce harmful emissions.

How Canada Went Geothermal, and How the US Will, Too

Ontario is going geothermal. The U.S. is shortly behind, and here’s why: Geothermal heat pumps provide the only reasonable solution to heating without combustion.

Namibia: Global Call to Embrace Renewable Energy

[Namibian] LEADERS of three key climate change negotiating blocks have called for more global use of renewable energy and energy efficiency.

IRP, OECD Resource Efficiency Publications Cite Role in Cutting GHG Emissions, Growing Economy

Ambitious action on climate change and more efficient natural resource use could achieve significant cuts in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and increase economic growth, according to a report released by the International Resource Panel (IRP) in the lead up to the Group of 7 (G7) leaders meeting

Energy in Demand

Web Resource

Energy in Demand is an independent view of the world of sustainable energy. With a focus on Europe, it considers global developments in energy efficiency, renewable energy, and the policy context of climate change.

ESMAP E-Bulletin | March - April 2016 Issue

 

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