Enhanced collaboration with countries with advanced technologies is essential to closing greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation gaps in developing countries’ energy consuming and producing sectors. However, traditional models of technology transfer tend to focus on the sale of expensive technologies to developing countries, often subsidised through aid or...
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While the initial pieces of evidence indicate that COVID-19 induced economic slowdown and lockdown present short-term benefits to air quality and the environment, these also pose a double-edged challenge in the long-term. On one side, the slowing down of the economy can have an adverse impact on countries’ ongoing efforts towards climate mitigation...
Renewable Energy Conference:
This document is a presentation given at a workshop organized by Mahratta Chamber of Commerce, Industry Agency (MCCIA), India. It introduces IGES-TERI efforts to promote RE and EE technologies in India.
Jatropha Production for Biodiesel in Yunnan, China: Implications for Sustainability at the Village Level
In Socioeconomic and Environmental Impacts of Biofuels
This policy brief focused the seriousness of water energy nexus from long-term perspective especially in the water scarce countries like India. It deals with India as a case study country. The findings reveal that the integrated water-energy policies are essential for sustainable development in the water scarce countries.
This commentary examines the reasons why Japan could not achieve the introduction target and discusses the prospect of the biofuel introduction in Japan.
The objective of this report is to facilitate local governments in decision making and implementation of urban organic waste utilization projects that can contribute to sustainable solid waste management and national agendas on food, energy, and climate change. This report provides an overview of national policy, regulations, and institutions...