National Water Agency for Brazil (ANA), Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics, Secretariat of Water Resources and Environmental Quality Brasília
This report, Environmental-Economic Accounting for Water in Brazil 2013-2015, presents the first results from the Environmental-Economic Accounts for Water (EEA-W) in Brazil and provides strategic information that aims to support sectoral planning and management actions, as well as economic and water resources actions, by diagnosing how water is used by the Brazilian economic sector.
Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), Export-Import Bank of Korea (KEXIM)
Resulted from the consulting project between Barbados Ministry of Environment and Drainage and Export-Import Bank of Korea (KEXIM) the report Consultancy for the Development of a Route Optimization Study in Solid Waste Collection in Barbados studies route optimization and determine the improvement points for the solid waste collection process and systems in Barbados.
Jordan Decentralized Wastewater Management Policy reflects the wide spectrum of decentralized wastewater management and the many tasks necessary for the successful implementation and sustainable operation. This policy intends to expand wastewater management by implementing the practice of recycling and reusing water beyond the existing conventional wastewater service system.
The policy report Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in the Water Sector Policy is intended to serve as a tool for implementing an ambitious national program to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy usage in the water sector. If adhered, the policy guideline is expected to boost Jordan's energy autonomy by improving cost recovery, ensuring more productive use of energy, and reducing carbon emissions.
The report Climate Change Policy for a Resilient Water Sector sets the clearly defined rules to manage the scarce water resources in Jordan efficiently and sustainably. The new policies lay out the measures and actions required to achieve Jordan's national goals for long-term water security. These result-oriented policies are built-upon and updated from previously adopted strategies, policies, and plans. Together, they are an integral and ongoing part of the overall management efforts that have already been achieved.
Global Environment Facility (GEF), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Developed to strengthen Jordan's capacity to respond to the detrimental impacts of climate change as well as to solidify Jordan's global stewardship in emission reduction The National Climate Change Policy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan 2013-2020 aims to achieve a pro-active, climate risk-resilient Jordan, to remain with a low carbon but growing economy, with healthy, sustainable resilient communities, sustainable water and agricultural resources, and thriving and productive ecosystems in the path towards sustainable development.
The Green Economy Policy Assessment report gives an overview of the current the policy and legal environment of four selected sectors in Mongolia: construction, solid waste management, energy and water management. The report also presents scenarios utilizing the Threshold 21 (T21) framework, jointly developed by the Millennium Institute, Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Environment and Tourism to test national targets and the effects of investing in a green economy in Mongolia. The report is also available in Mongolian.
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Global Environment Facility (GEF)
The report Jordan's Second Communication to the United Nations Framework Convention on the Climate Change (UNFCCC) reflects the most comprehensive outlook about climate change in Jordanian context, the efforts made to address the climate change and its impacts. The report provides an insight into Jordan's emissions mitigation opportunities, and vulnerability and adaptative capacity to climate change.
The paper Jordan 2025: A national vision and strategy document Jordan's long-term national vision, strategies and policies that correspond to the basic principles of sustainability, institutionalization, excellence, competitiveness, and meritocracy. The proposed development approach based on these principles clarifies the roles of all actors in the community and the importance of their participation in the process and implementation of the proposed framework.
Global Environment Facility (GEF), UNEP DTU Partnership, United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment)
The report Jordan Technology Needs Assessment for Climate Change Report III: Technology action plans (TAP) documents the actions and activities needed in response to the outcomes of a systematic and long process of assessing the obstacles and limitations that are hindering the widespread diffusion and deployment of climate change technologies in Jordan.