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To inform the Indonesian JETP process IISD presents a summary of lessons learned from the experience of the first year of the South African JETP process.
This briefing aims to inform financial institutions on how to align their investments and energy decision making with the goals of the Paris Agreement.
The History of the Intergovernmental Forum on Mining, Minerals, Metals and Sustainable Development (IGF)
How did the IGF emerge as the global forum for more than 80 member countries advancing good mining governance for sustainable development?
Explore the evolution of national investment laws in our comprehensive report. It analyzes 70 laws, identifies their seven main functions, and explores how they've been shaped by policy objectives and international standards. Gain insights into reforming these laws to meet today's challenges. A must-read for policy-makers in sustainable investment governance.
This technical report provides a set of recommendations to help plan, design, and implement nature-based solutions (NbS) for adaptation that enhances biodiversity and ecosystem integrity.
This report explores how energy storage can help the South African power crisis and why grid-located batteries emerge as a strategic priority.
This report unpacks market trends in the palm oil sector and examines the role of sustainability standards in ensuring farmers receive fair incomes and adopt sustainable practices.
This report explores the potential benefits and costs of introducing automated sensor systems, such as networked instruments producing real-time data, into a water monitoring initiative.
This report examines how global demand trends and increasingly volatile markets will impact Canada's oil and gas sector.
A handbook for policy-makers that presents a menu of innovative fiscal measures to strengthen revenue collection in the mining sector.