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      IDB Support for Colombia’s Climate Change Work / BID apoya esfuerzos de Colombia sobre el cambio climático

      Thursday, October 1st, 2009

      From the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB):
      IDB supports Colombia’s climate change agenda

      Reforms linked to new loan will help reduce vulnerability to climate change and take advantage of emerging carbon markets

      Colombia will implement an ambitious climate change program that includes reducing vulnerability and strengthening climate-related institutions, as part of a financial package approved yesterday by the Inter-American [...]

      IEA Proposes Ways to Decarbonize Power & Cut Energy Intensity in Industry

      Thursday, October 1st, 2009

      From the International Energy Agency (IEA):
      IEA proposes approaches to curb greenhouse gas emissions in the key sectors, industry and power
      “In the global fight against climate change, the industry and power sectors both play a key role,” said Nobuo Tanaka, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA) today in Paris. “Industry is one of the [...]

      More IDB Support for Mexico’s Climate Change Agenda

      Thursday, September 17th, 2009

      From the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB):
      IDB supports second stage of Mexico’s climate change agenda

      Reforms linked to new loan will help mitigate the impacts and reduce vulnerability to climate change in energy, transportation, agriculture, tourism and water resources

      Mexico will implement an ambitious climate change program that includes mitigating greenhouse gas emissions and strengthening climate-related institutions, as [...]

      Chile Creates a Center for Renewable Energy

      Tuesday, August 18th, 2009

      Chile has created a Renewable Energy Center (Centro de Energias Renovables – CER) to serve as a national focal point for research, development, information and promotion of investment and technology transfer in non-conventional renewable energy (known by its Spanish acronym, ERNC), such as solar, wind, geothermal and ocean.  CER was created jointly by the National [...]

      Greenpeace’s Recipe for an Energy Revolution in Chile

      Sunday, August 2nd, 2009

      Greenpeace Chile recently presented to the government the Chilean version of its Energy [R]evolution scenario. To refresh memories, in the past GP [in cooperation with the European Renewable Energy Council (EREC)] released a report, Global Energy [R]evolution, to show, through scenarios (both global and regional), that a global energy revolution is technically and economically feasible [...]

      Chile Passes Tax Breaks for Solar Power

      Tuesday, July 7th, 2009

      The Chilean Congress today passed a law that would allow construction companies to to take a credit from their interim payments required under Income Tax Law equal to all or part of the value of solar thermal systems (solar water heating systems) and their installation they mount in buildings intended for housing (houses or apartments) [...]

      Linkages Between Trade and Climate Change / Vinculos entre el comercio y el cambio climático

      Friday, June 26th, 2009

      From the World Trade Organization (WTO):
      WTO and UNEP launch a report explaining for the first time the connections between trade and climate change

      The world cannot continue with “business as usual” and there is a profound need for a successful conclusion to the current negotiations on both climate change and trade opening.

      The WTO/UNEP report on “Trade [...]

      The Status of Global Renewables

      Saturday, May 16th, 2009

      The Vienna, Austria-based Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21) has just released its latest review of the global state of adoption of renewable energy sources — solar (both photovoltaics and passive systems, such as solar water heaters), wind, geothermal, wave, biofuels and small hydro (REN21 excludes large hydropower projects from its review). [...]

      What the Other Guy Blogs About: Renewable Energy in Chile

      Monday, May 11th, 2009

      The Reegle Blog has a very good overview of the curent state of development of renewable energy projects in Chile.  My only quibble with the article is that it focuses solely on wind and solar projects, omitting other forms of renewable energy under development or being looked at in Chile, such as geothermal (where Chile [...]

      The 7th Round of REEEP Projects and LAC

      Thursday, May 7th, 2009

      The Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) recently announced that in its seventh funding round it will fund 49 new clean energy projects in 25 countries, including 12 involving nations in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC).
      REEEP is “an active, global public-private partnership that structures policy and regulatory initiatives for clean energy, and facilitates financing for energy [...]

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