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By implementing progressive low-emission development strategies that promote integrated clean energy solutions and broader sustainable development objectives, we can move towards climate change mitigation which requires a shift to low-carbon development. 

Our experts help policy-makers identify and prioritize options for reducing emissions, such as through developing clean and renewable energy systems. We also support developing countries in identifying and accessing financing for low-carbon development. We do this by developing roadmaps for reform, engaging proactively with policy-makers and the stakeholders they engage with, providing quantitative and qualitative analysis of policy options for energy and carbon mitigation, and identifying means of implementation.

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    Why information sharing is key to engaging businesses in the NAP process

    Why information sharing is key to engaging businesses in the NAP process

    Private sector engagement in climate change adaptation will be necessary for countries, communities and individuals to meet the climate crisis.

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  • Policy Brief
    Indonesia's Coal Price Cap: A barrier to renewable energy deployment

    Indonesia's Coal Price Cap: A barrier to renewable energy deployment

    Indonesia's coal price cap encourages the consumption of coal while slowing the integration of renewable energy into the country's power grid.

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  • Blog
    Why Transparency in Fashion Matters

    Why Transparency in Fashion Matters

    What’s the environmental impact of your closet?

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  • Report
    Policy Approaches for a Kerosene to Solar Subsidy Swap in India

    Policy Approaches for a Kerosene to Solar Subsidy Swap in India

    India could save money and reduce indoor air pollution by switching kerosene subsidies to solar.

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  • Blog
    In Search of Just Transition: Examples From Around the World

    In Search of Just Transition: Examples From Around the World

    What is a just transition? Essentially, it’s a balancing act.

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  • Report
    Emission Omissions: Carbon accounting gaps in the built environment

    Emission Omissions: Carbon accounting gaps in the built environment

    Life-cycle assessment (LCA) studies are the best tool we have to measure the carbon footprints of building products at each phase of their lifespan, but they have some flaws.

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  • Briefing Note
    India's Energy Transition: The Impact of the Goods and Services Tax on Solar Photovoltaic and Coal Power Costs

    India's Energy Transition: The Impact of the Goods and Services Tax on Solar Photovoltaic and Coal Power Costs

    One of the biggest changes in India's energy subsidy policy in FY18 was the introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST). How did this affect subsidies and costs for coal power and solar PV?

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  • Blog
    Reducing IIA Risks to Climate Change Rules Using Permits

    Reducing IIA Risks to Climate Change Rules Using Permits

    The purchase of Washington Gas holds important developments for permitting foreign investment without hampering the growth of climate change regulations.

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  • Blog
    Trade Can be a Driver of Climate Action

    Trade Can be a Driver of Climate Action

    CETA, the landmark trade agreement between the EU and Canada, holds established best practices for trade-accelerated climate action, Bernice Lee and Scott Vaughan argue as the business, civil society and policy communities gather in Brussels to consider how to merge trade and climate action.

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  • Blog
    The French Lesson on Climate Change Action

    The French Lesson on Climate Change Action

    President Emmanuel Macron's failure to engage with the public on fuel price increases can backfire unless France follows Just Transition principles.

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