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Pakistan

Official name: 

Islamic Republic of Pakistan

Region: 
Country income: 
Lower-middle-income economies
UNFCCC Annex 1 status: 
Non Annex 1 Party to the Convention

Pakistan (2012)

Energy profile
  • Haamoon corporation

    Type: 
    Organisation
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    Network Member
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    Haamoon corporation is a multipurpose agricultural company engaged in agribusiness and production of hybrid seeds and greenhouses. They offer efficient solutions to farmers around the world to produce more from their land while sustaining the world's natural resources. They maintain their presence in all sectors of the agricultural business as well as continuously investing in innovation and research.

  • Christian Commission for Development in Bangladesh

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    Organisation
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    Network Member

    CCDB has been working to create a society where the poor, marginalized and vulnerable people can claim and enjoy human rights and justice for a sustainable livelihood with dignity since 1973. To meet the challenges of dynamic environments and development, CCDB has been implementing different programs including dedicated projects on climate change

  • National Cleaner Production Centre of Sri Lanka

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    Organisation
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    Network Member

    National Cleaner Production Centre of Sri Lanka (Sri Lanka NCPC) is the foremost Cleaner Production solutions provider in Sri Lanka. The centre was established by UNIDO under the Ministry of Industry and Commerce to assist enterprises in adopting Cleaner Production (CP). Founded in early 2002, Sri Lanka NCPC has approximately fifteen (15) years of experience in promoting Resource Efficient & Cleaner Production (RECP) and resource efficiency in various manufacturing and service sectors in Sri Lanka.

  • Gujarat Cleaner Production Centre

    Knowledge partner
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    Organisation
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    Network Member
    Knowledge Partner

    The Gujarat Cleaner Production Centre (GCPC) was established by the Industries Department of the State Government with the technical support of UNIDO to realize cleaner production potentials in Gujarat. GCPC has profound experience in resource efficiency, including energy and water resource management as well as waste management in various industrial sectors in the State of Gujarat, India. Their work focuses on application of environmentally friendly technologies and operation.

  • TARU Leading Edge Pvt. Ltd.

    Knowledge partner
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    Organisation
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    Network Member
    Knowledge Partner

    Taru Leading Edge is one of South Asia’s most experienced disaster management  agencies, having undertaken multiple assessment, appraisal, design, implementation and monitoring assignments across the risk and vulnerability, urban and rural development.

  • Co-optimizing Solutions: Water and Energy for Food, Feed, and Fiber

    Type: 
    Publication
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    Thursday, May 1, 2014

    This report, which is based on research and quantitative analysis of global linkages “shows how meeting the world's growing demand for food and other agricultural products can be achieved while minimizing environmental impact”. It paper presents “smart and scalable solutions” to meeting the global and interconnected challenges of water, energy and food, feed and fiber. Solutions presented include reducing shared water risks, increasing water efficiency in agriculture, restoring productivity to degraded land, and halving food waste from “field to fork”.

  • South Asia Low Carbon Platform (Website)

    Type: 
    Publication

    The South Asia Low Carbon Platform website is a knowledge-sharing platform for low carbon energy and low carbon development in countries like India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. It aims to establish a network for the dissemination and sharing of information on low carbon energy systems and low carbon development strategies that reduce poverty and tackle climate change in South Asian communities.

  • The Clean Technology Fund: Insights for Development and Climate Finance

    The Clean Technology Fund: Insights for Development and Climate Finance

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    Publication
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    Monday, November 1, 2010

    This working paper is one in a series focused on key innovations and challenges of the Clean Technology Fund. It analyses the investment plans that the Fund has endorsed to date and makes the case for greater emphasis on institutional capacity and governance in program design. This paper highlights the need for major development banks to work more closely with government, civil society and the private sector to ensure that policy and regulatory frameworks are not only shaped and owned by local stakeholders but reflect local conditions and priorities.

  • Slowing the Growth of Coal Power Outside China: The Role of Chinese Finance

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    Publication
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    Sunday, November 1, 2015

    This report describes how, in recent years, China has grown into a major provider of coal power finance in overseas markets, replacing financing by major development institutions while providing potentially less stringent environmental guidelines. The authors identify China's role in international coal power generation deployment and provide the most complete estimate of Chinese finance for overseas projects to date, estimating roughly USD 21-38 billion worth of Chinese finance.

  • Cross-border Power Trading in South Asia: A Techno Economic Rationale

    Cross-border Power Trading in South Asia: A Techno Economic Rationale

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    Publication
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    Saturday, August 1, 2015

    The paper presents the results of a study on the economic and reliability benefits of electricity trading among the countries in South Asia encompassing the subregion containing Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. It specifically examined the costs and benefits of six ongoing or planned cross-border electricity transmission interconnections.

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