Companies commitments to contribute to the long-term targets of the PA can significantly reduce emissions, with supportive policy.
The project involved quantitative analysis of the benefits of potential climate change mitigation actions for cities.
Develop a NAMA framework to create enabling conditions through policy and derisiking instruments into the electricity sector.
Provide an overview and practical guidance for policy-makers and practitioners on the main design elements of establishing benchmarks.
This analysis translates the goals of the international climate regime as determined by the Paris Agreement into the German context.
Provide an updated analysis on carbon pricing instruments to serve as a new source of innovative finance for the Adaptation Fund.
The report provides an overview on G20 countries, and identifies the leaders and laggards in climate action.
Analyse the impact of international, regional and national initiatives outside the UNFCCC on greenhouse gas emissions.
Develop an approach for quantifying emissions reductions arising from RE and EE initiatives and programmes in developing countries.
The database contains policy data for G20 countries and provides a number of “policy options,” that form a package to mitigate GHG emissions.
Focused on the social housing sector, identifying activities that can generate an incentive for ambitious emission reductions.
Provided a foundation of the German position in the climate negotiations. and in the European and global negotiation process.
Analysed how offsets can be used in national carbon pricing systems to support other national climate policies and targets.
The monitor ranks the G20 countries according to their relative fitness to close the financing gap in low carbon energy infrastructure.
Highlights key investment areas for Uganda based INDC which sets out priority actions in adaptation and mitigation.