This assessment seeks to identify opportunities for the USAID/Mexico Mission to address high?priority clean energy and climate change challenges in Mexico and provide the Mission with recommendations for the design of a new Mission clean energy and climate change program.
The developing countries of the Asia-Pacific region are very diverse economically, politically, socially, and culturally.
End of program evaluation of the cooperative agreement between USAID/EGAT and the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI)
In 1998, USAID and the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) launched a cooperative agreement to work on global climate change at the local level.
GHG pollution prevention project : climate change supplement (GEP-CCS) -- fostering climate change initiative[s] for sustainable development : task 1A -- training needs assessment report for LBSNAA
The USAUD/India Mission's activities in energy and industry focus on the promotion of clean energy development, efficient energy use, and pollution reduction in key industries and municipalities.
Cooperative evaluation of the Smithsonian Institution's activities under the USAID/Brazil global climate change program
The BDFFP, managed by the National Museum of Natural History of the Smithsonian Institution, has been under way for 15 years with the purpose of studying the effect of the size of forest fragments on biological diversity.
Cooperative evaluation of Woods Hole Research Center activities under the USAID/Brazil global climate change program
The Woods Hole Research Center has received an allocation of US$1,322,581 in order to develop natural resource management tools for an emerging network of forestmargin farm communities and to expand and strengthen a network of Amazonia-based scientists trained in ecology and interested in interve
Cooperative evaluation of Environmental Protection Agency activities under the USAID/Brazil global climate change program
The need for environmental impact assessment (EIA) is stipulated by Brazilian environmental legislation.
This SO focused on global climate change, addressed through reducing greenhouse gases (GHG) in power generation facilities, industry, the transport sector, municipal services and end use efficiencies.
WWF and USAID have set out to address an extraordinarily challenging --and important --set of issues in the E/GCC initiative.