#cop21 Library

10 things to know about climate finance in 2015 Source: ODI
accelerating energy efficiency in small and medium-sized enterprises
ad hoc working group on the durban platform for enhanced action dec 5 Source: UNFCCC
adoption of the paris agreement Source: UNFCCC
advancing gender equality in the post-2020 climate regime Source: IIED
annex 1: the numbers explained
annex ii – detailed methodologies
better partnerships understanding and increasing the impact of private sector cooperative initiatives
carbon leakage theory, evidence and policy design
climate action for cop21 Source: Climate Action and UNEP
climate action now: summary for policymakers 2015
climate commitments of subnational actors and business
climate-induced displacement and migration: policy gaps and policy alternative
crediting-related activities under the pmr
currents of change Source: KPMG
draft agreement and draft decision on workstreams 1 and 2 of the ad hoc working group on the durban platform for enhanced action Source: UNFCCC
draft text on cop 21 agenda item 4 (b) durban platform for enhanced action version 2 of 10 december 2015 at 21:00 Source: UNFCCC
economic assessment of the impacts of climate change in uganda: key results
empty promises g20 subsidies to oil, gas and coal production
energymatters how cop21 can shift the energy sector onto a low-carbon path that supports economic growth and energy access
establishing cycles for nationally determined mitigation contributions or commitments
experiences and challenges in latin america and the caribbean towards the implementation of redd+
fossil fuel subsidy reform in sub-saharan africa: from rhetoric to reality
fossil fuel subsidy reform: from rhetoric to reality Source: New Climate Economy
green to scale low-carbon success stories to inspire the world
how energy efficiency cuts costs for a 2-degree future
how much more could germany achieve through non-state action?
identifying and addressing gaps in the unfccc reporting framework
iea ministerial statement on energy and climate change
insights from the ground level? a content analysis review of multi-national redd+ studies since 2010
intended nationally determined contributions as a means to strengthening africa’s engagement in international climate negotiations
interpreting indcs: assessing transparency of post-2020 greenhouse gas emissions targets for 8 top-emitting economiesinterpreting indcs: assessing transparency of post-2020 greenhouse gas emissions targets for 8 top-emitting economies Source: WRI
is the paris agreement really legally binding? Source: University of Stratchclyde Glasgow
managing forests for water and for climate cooling Source: We Forest
mapping china’s climate policy formation process Source: China Carbon Forum
methodology for tidal wetland and seagrass restoration
namas and indcs interactions and opportunities
national delegations to unfccc conferences of the parties: who participates?
national monitoring, reporting and evaluation of climate change adaptation in europe Source: EEA
new draft cop21 agreement is out – 8 dec 15.00 Source: UNFCCC
options to use existing international offset programs in a domestic context
paris briefing on support for operationalizing the long-term mitigation goal
progress and potential of cdm reform and post-paris market mechanisms for africa
putting principles into practice civil society experiences from across the world of using the joint principles for adaptation
renewables 2015 global status report-gsr e-paper Source: REN21
renewables 2015 global status report: key findings Source: REN21
rethinking energy 2015
scaling up international support for adaptation: productive safety nets and reimbursable debt service
science review reveals slow progress within redd+ projects and the need for encouraging signals from paris
state and trends of carbon pricing
technology in the 2015 paris climate agreement and beyond
ten principles to help assess funding for local climate adaptation
testing redd+ in the beira corridor
the $2 trillion stranded assets danger zone: how fossil fuel firms risk destroying investor returns
the gef and climate change catalyzing transformation
the green climate fund (gcf) background paper
the human cost of weather related disasters
the impact of climate change on children
the low carbon economy Source: Goldman Sachs
the paris package: a springboard for sustained, transformative change
the potential of scaling up proven low-carbon solutions
track the energy transition where we are, how we got here, and where we need to be Source: IEA
update on the role of market mechanisms in intended nationally determined contributions
voluntary guidelines to support the integraton of genetc diversity into natonal climate change adaptaton planning
what does it mean for business?

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