Although the popularity of energy management and “Green” projects is improving, there are many good projects that are postponed or cancelled owing to common barriers. This article discusses these barriers and problems, as well as effective, proven strategies to overcome them.
The objective of the Water Management Improvement Project (WMIP) for Bangladesh is to improve national water resources management by involving the local communities to play an expanded role in all stages of the participatory scheme cycle management.
The India Rampur Hydropower Project aims (a) to improve the reliability of India's Northern Electricity Grid through the addition of renewable, low carbon energy from the Rampur hydropower project and (b) to improve the effectiveness of Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam Limited (SJVN) with respect to the p
The development objective of the National Rural Livelihoods Project is to establish efficient and effective institutional platforms of the rural poor that enables them to increase household income through sustainable livelihood enhancements and improved access to financial and selected public ser
The development objective of the Community Climate Change Project for Bangladesh is to enhance the capacity of selected communities to increase their resilience to the impacts of climate change. The project has three components. The first component is community climate change fund.
The development objective of the Rajasthan Agricultural Competitiveness Project for India is to establish the feasibility of sustainably increasing agricultural productivity and farmer incomes through a distinct agricultural development approach by integrating agriculture water management and agr
The overall objective of the National Agricultural Innovation Project for India is to contribute to the sustainable transformation of Indian agricultural sector from an orientation of primarily food self-sufficiency to one in which a market orientation is equally important for poverty alleviation
By taking a tripartite approach, the project aims to provide ILO constituents and stakeholders with a clearer understanding of the distribution of green jobs across the economy, promote information exchange and social dialogue on green jobs policies, and identify potential entry points for furthe
The main aim of the Project is to provide the Republic of the Maldives with the capacity to effectively manage environmental risks and threats to fragile coral reefs as well as marine habitats resulting from tourism development, increased solid waste disposal, fisheries and global climate change.