- UNEP Copenhagen Climate Centre works to implement UNEP's climate change strategy and energy programme. They provide advisory services to assist developing countries to deliver on the Paris Agreement and Sustainable Development Goals.
A new publication brings together a diversity of viewpoints on pathways to realising technology development and transfer in support of the Paris Agreement, in a collaboration between the UNFCCC Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN), the UNEP DTU Partnership and UNFCCC Secretariat.
This guidebook is divided into two parts. Part I familiarizes the reader with gender concepts and demonstrates the relevance of gender issues to climate change adaptation and mitigation, as well as to the relationship between gender and climate in the Sustainable Development Goals. When adopting a gender approach in a TNA, the TNA teams must understand the various gender-related barriers and constraints to the uptake and diffusion of technologies prioritized by countries.
This modelling tool is devoted to estimating and forecasting of energy balances, as well as greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions under a range of development scenarios or policy choices. It focuses on sectors that contribute to and are expected to experience a rapid growth in emissions. The tool is accompanied by a self-paced e-learning course offered by World Bank Institute.
Fuel Economy Policies Implementation Tool (FEPIT) allows countries to analyse potential outcomes of different policy options based on the characteristics of their vehicle fleets in a range of different scenarios. It also aims to support countries as they seek to promote fuel economy policies.
Objectives and commitments regarding the transfer of technology exist under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Kyoto Protocol.
In response to Zimbabwe’s request, the CTCN collaborated with Zimbabwean NDE, the UNEP-DTU Partnership, and other key national counterparts including the Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate; the Ministry of Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development; and Zimbabwe’s universities and agriculture colleges, to develop the Climate-Smart Agriculture Manual for Agriculture Education in Zimbabwe.
Draft legislative text regarding improving building energy data access that can be use as a reference
The tool evaluates climate co-benefits for the urban energy system based on different scenarios of socioeconomic, technological and demographic developments. The tool relates systematically the climate change based on the specific energy demand in different sectors in cities to the corresponding social, economic and technological factors that affect this demand.
Data on retail fuel prices around the world. The data are collected on a weekly basis using information from government institutions, regulatory agencies, major media sources, and oil
Draft legislative text regarding resolution to support green schools that can be use as a reference
Draft legislative text regarding bench-marking commercial and institutional buildings, can be used as a reference.
The economic assessment tool allows estimating the energy saving potential and economic benefits of retrofitting shopping centers. The tool targets managers and owners and allows entering relevant information about their centre. It provides quick information on the energy consumption and options to reduce energy demand, CO2-emissions, environmental impacts and provides an economic assessment of the investments. It can be applied for shopping centres located in the EU and Norway.
This tool can calculate the value of clean energy policies such as energy efficiency or fuel switching, which can help state and local governments to consider both the costs and benefits of policy choices and support a balanced decision-making process.
Draft legislative text regarding value healthy and efficient affordable housing that can be use as reference
Target Finder is an online calculator that helps architects, engineers, and property owners and managers assess the energy performance of commercial building designs and existing buildings.
The Energy Efficiency Indicators are intended to provide the necessary tools to initiate and/or further develop in-depth indicators to support the decision-making process.
Regulatory Indicators for Sustainable Energy (RISE), developed by the World Bank Group, is a suite of indicators that assesses the legal and regulatory environment for investment in sustainable energy. It establishes a framework for better depicting the national enabling environment to attract investment into sustainable energy.