This paper attempts, first, to assess foreign aid effectiveness in fostering green city procedures in developing countries
Étiqueté : developing countries
National greenhouse gas emissions baseline scenarios : learning from experiences in Developing countries
This report reviews national approaches to preparing baseline scenarios of greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions. It does so by describing and comparing in non-technical language existing practices and choices made by ten developing countries – Brazil, China, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, South Africa, Thailand and Vietnam…
This UNDP report discusses creating enabling environments for renewable energy and supporting renewable energy through feed-in tariffs (FITs) and related price and market-access instruments.
A new analysis from the United Nations Development Programme, based on case studies from across Asia and the Pacific, calls for a set of “energy plus” services – one that combines access to modern energy for heating, cooking and electricity, with measures that generate cash, supplement incomes and improve health and education.
This paper analyses current developments in 16 pilot NAMAs with respect to essential elements such as GHG calculations, measuring, reporting and verification (MRV), cost calculations, barrier and risk assessments, sustainability benefits and financing structures