Overseas Development Institute (ODI), Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe
The report "Phase-out 2020: Monitoring Europe's fossil fuel subsidies" shows that governments in Europe and the European Union (EU) are continuing to subsidise oil, gas and coal, fuelling dangerous climate change with taxpayers’ money both at home and abroad.
Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), Green Growth Best Practice (GGBP), Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
This case study outlines the key role of the Moroccan Agency for Solar Energy in enabling the country to attract private investment for its first large concentrated solar power installation as part of a wider energy and industrial development strategy.
The eradication of extreme poverty is the minimum ethical floor of the global development agenda. With projections suggesting eradication is possible by 2030, the goal of ‘zero extreme poverty by 2030’ is a compelling objective.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN), Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
Costa Rica is regarded by many as an economic and environmental success story, with an admirable record of ‘green growth’—economic growth that minimizes pollution and uses and manages resources efficiently.
There is an increasing focus on the role that public and private resources can play in supporting activities that reduce forest loss as part of wider efforts to address climate change, and ensure sustainable development.
Current models examining the possible implications which changes towards a low-carbon economy may reflect for low-income countries include a look at best practices from countries such as Kenya, Cambodia and Nepal, some of which may also prove relevant for the Caribbean context.
Overseas Development Institute (ODI), European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM), German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)
The European Report on Development (ERD) for 2011/2012 examines the constraints on water, energy and land and how they interrelate. It also considers how these resources can be managed together to promote growth in developing countries that is both socially inclusive and sustainable.