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Data or Tool
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World Resources Institute
Overseas Development Institute
Climate Advisers

This workbook contains data from a detailed review of the 2010-2012 fast-start finance (FSF) contributions of five countries reporting the largest FSF contributions (Germany, Japan, Norway, the UK, and the USA) and from a supplemental review of the remaining FSF contributions from 31 additional countries and the European Commission.

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Issue Brief

Recently, negotiations have intensified over a post-2020 framework to address climate change. This framework is applicable to all the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and one of the most contentious issues is how diverse Parities with different national circumstances should contribute to the mitigation of greenhouse...

Conference Paper

Standardized baseline: Technology switch in the rice mill sector of Cambodia

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Approved by the 76th CDM Executive Board Meeting

Discussion Paper

As Myanmar attracts investment and improves its economic prospects, green growth has moved steadily up the policy agenda. The heightened importance of green growth is visible in high-level political statements as well as policy and institutional reforms that could translate those words into action (i.e. Environmental Conservation Law 2012). Yet...

Presentation

Japanese initiative for climate change mitigation

Policy Report
Author:
Smita
NAKHOODA
Taryn
FRANSEN
Alice
CARAVANI
Annalisa
PRIZZON
Helen
TILLEY
Aidy
HALIMANJAYA
Bryn
WELHAM

Developed countries committed to provide US$ 30 billion in new and additional climate finance between 2010 and 2012 under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). This ‘Fast-Start Finance’ (FSF) was an initial step towards mobilising climate finance at a level that reflects the adaptation and mitigation challenges these...