To provide support and training in the Gold Standard for CDM to increase the supply of quality energy efficiency and renewable energy projects accessing carbon markets.
Cadmus provides professional consulting services in order to help non-governmental, private and public sector organizations around the world achieve their goals and create social and economic value for present and future generations. Within the framework of its projects, Cadmus Group delivers customized solutions to their clients in the filed of energy, homeland security, all-hazard preparedness, natural and built environments, sustainable transportation, public health and international development.
The Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) is assisting the Government of Jakarta to introduce electric vehicle technology in public and government vehicles.
2017 Global Climate Law and Governance Essay Competition is held by the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law, the McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law, the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law at the University of Cambridge, the Faculty of Law University of Nairobi, the CR2 at the University of Chile, the Ateneo School of Governance in Manila and others, and is supported by the partners of Climate Law and Governance Day (CLGD) 2017.
To build local expert capacity in clean energy project finance and development in Brazil, China, India and South Africa.
To realise eight renewable and energy efficiency Gold Standard CDM Project Design Documents (GS PDDS) with financial plans.
Policymakers in developing countries, and other related stakeholders, have at their disposal various planning tools for developing and implementing policies and measures for the development and transfer of environmentally sound technologies. One of these tools is technology roadmaps (TRMs). This TEC Brief is aimed at informing national level decision makers in charge of mitigation and adaptation processes about the benefits of using a roadmapping approach in order to facilitate the planning and implementation of technologies.
Policymakers in developing countries, and other related stakeholders, have at their disposal various planning tools for developing and implementing policies and measures for the development and transfer of environmentally sound technologies (ESTs). One of these tools is technology needs assessments (TNAs).