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Call for Applications: Training Course on Sustainable Energy Solutions

There is a course available which aims to raise awareness about the key dimensions that need to be addressed in developing sustainable energy solutions. The training will take place in Groningen, the Netherlands, 15 – 23 November and will provide insights into energy systems modeling, best practices in energy policymaking, best […]

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Sustainable Energy For All – Global Tracking Framework 2017

A publication entitled Sustainable Energy For All – Global Tracking Framework (GTF) was recently published and can be seen as an urgent call for leaders to take greater, more focused action to deliver sustainable energy for all (SEforALL). This edition of the GTF provides an evidence-based look at progress at […]

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New Guidance Document for Peer Review of GHG Inventories for Non-Annex I Parties

A new guidance document for the peer review of GHG inventories for Parties has been created by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) secretariat, with the support of the Global Support Programme (GSP) for National Communications and Biennial Update Reports. The document aims to serve as a […]

UN Environment – UNFCCC Workshop on Mitigation in the Building Sector

UN Environment – UNFCCC Workshop on Mitigation in the Building Sector

A recent joint UN Environment and UNFCCC two-day workshop was held in Bonn which focused upon mitigation in the building sector. The workshop ran from 31 July 2017 – 01 August 2017 and was attended by professionals from varying organisations, a full list of all participants can be seen here. […]

UNFCCC-CASTT: Climate Action and Support Transparency Training

UNFCCC-CASTT: Climate Action and Support Transparency Training

On 26 June, 30 participants from different corners of the world gathered in a classroom in Seoul. After having been selected from a pool of 210 applicants from 72 countries, this group was about to embark on the first day of a professional training programme on greenhouse gas (GHG) inventories. […]

Renewable Energy a Step Closer for Solomon Islands as World Bank Group Approves Support to Tina River Hydro

Renewable Energy a Step Closer for Solomon Islands as World Bank Group Approves Support to Tina River Hydro

The World Bank approved US$33.6 million in funding for the Tina River Hydropower project in the Solomon Islands. With electricity costs in the Solomon Islands being among the highest in the world, the project aims to reduce this cost and end the country’s near-total reliance on diesel fuel for power.