This study provides a mapping of private sector interventions in the fight against climate change (analysis and description of contributions, measurement of investment potential, identification of the types of private investment exposed to the risk of maladaptation, options for strengthening the climate component of these investments, etc.).
This study assesses the nexus between regional integration and climate change in the context of regional operations financed by the African Development Bank. It makes concrete recommendations on improving the Bank's approach to better integrating climate change into regional operations.
This pilot study consisted of developing a methodology and proposing an estimate of the private climate finance mobilized by the various public interventions of France
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The aim of this study was to propose a strategy for FFEM on adaptation to climate change
While France is considering reforming its system of energy saving certificates (CEE), this article examines the interest of the latter in stimulating investments in energy efficiency.
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Scenarios for reducing greenhouse gas emissions attribute energy efficiency and renewable energies to a preponderant role. In this context, massive investments and the mobilization of new financial resources are necessary. This study analyzes existing funding mechanisms to better understand their success factors and possible improvements.
The purpose of this report is to examine the implementation of OSCE commitments in the field of energy efficiency. The analysis focuses on the following themes: (i) Trends in energy intensity in the OSCE area; (ii) Policies and strategies on energy efficiency in the OSCE region and (iii) Contribution of energy efficiency to energy security and mitigation of climate change in the region.
The aim of this study is to analyze energy efficiency policies in seven countries that have achieved low energy intensity or significantly reduced energy intensity. The study analyzes the evolution of the energy intensity of these countries from 1990 to 2007.