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Close the Gap secured a grant from Big Lottery to develop WiRES, and deliver a year’s worth of intensive activity. WiRES created a programme of networking events, hearing inspiring renewable energy leaders in the Scottish Parliament, Glasgow Science Centre, and a host of local spaces around Scotland. It held technical skills events at renewable energy sites at Whitelee Windfarm, […]

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Business and Professional Women’s (BPW) Foundation has launched the Moving from Red to Green: Working Women in the Green Economy initiative to connect women with green jobs and increase their participation in the emerging green economy. With generous support from the Walmart Foundation, BPW Foundation has established a pilot program and awarded $60,000 grants to […]

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Environmental integrity is at the heart of the CDM and methodologies have a major role in ensuring this integrity. Methodologies are required to establish a project’s emissions baseline, or expected emissions without the project, and to monitor the actual ongoing emissions once a project is implemented. The difference between the baseline and actual emissions determines […]

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The purpose of the tool kit is to assist staff and consultants of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in conceptualizing and designing gender-responsive projects in the energy sector. ADB’s Policy on Gender and Development mandates its investments in all sectors to promote gender mainstreaming. It guides users in designing project outputs, activities, inputs, indicators, and […]

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This final strategy-based document focuses on OLADE countries’ energy sectors and the state of gender focus on energy issues (status report) and presents a gender analysis based on this data with an introduction on key concepts and a SWOT analysis that contributed to identifying the key objectives or components of the strategy. Lastly it presents […]

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The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) was designed to meet two objectives, namely to help Annex I Parties to cost-effectively meet part of their emission reduction targets under the Kyoto Protocol and to assist non-Annex I Parties in achieving sustainable development. While CDM projects create certified emission reductions (CERs) that project participants can sell to Annex I Parties to […]

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