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Progress reporting is a critical element of the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process that helps facilitate its regular tracking and continuous enhancement of adaptation planning and implementation.
Statement: The Energy Sector Strategy 2024–2028 Must Mark the End of the EBRD's Support to Fossil Fuels
130 civil society organizations have released a statement calling on the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development to end finance for fossil fuels.
This report summarizes consultations with over 25 companies and actors to determine what factors are crucial in the considerations of companies on where to invest in and expand battery cell manufacturing.
Climate risks cut across national borders. This brief aims to offer adaptation practitioners, policy-makers, and negotiators—especially those involved in their countries' national adaptation plan (NAP) processes—new perspectives on how the NAP process can play a role in addressing transboundary climate risks.
This report aims to provide a strategy to guide policy-makers in sourcing lithium responsibly to promote clean energy manufacturing in India, with the broader aim of supporting low-carbon economic growth, creating equitable jobs, and helping to mitigate climate change impacts.
This Sustainable Asset Valuation (SAVi) focuses on land restoration interventions in the Peruvian Andes and the socio-economic benefits for the community.
This report reviews the concept of mine site relinquishment, scans global practices, and discusses challenges, key considerations, and policy steps.
This report explores how voluntary sustainability standards are being used in trade policy to increase the trade of more sustainable products between developing countries.
Guiding Principles for the Preparation of Financing Strategies for Climate Change Adaptation in Developing Countries
This report provides seven guiding principles for effective financing strategies for climate change adaptation prepared by developing country governments.
This report explores recent market trends in the sugar cane sector, what these trends mean for producers in developing countries, and what can be done to improve farmers' incomes.