The Ecosystem Marketplace is a leading source of news, data, and analytics on markets and payments for ecosystem services with a strong focus on carbon markets and sequestration, as well as coverage on water, biodiversity and community. In providing free reliable market information, Ecosystem Marketplace hopes not only to facilitate transactions, but also to catalyse new thinking, spur the development of new markets and the infrastructure that supports them, while achieving effective and equitable nature conservation.
The overall objective of ECREEE is to contribute to the sustainable economic, social and environmental development of West Africa by improving access to modern, reliable and affordable energy services, energy security and reduction of energy related GHG emissions and climate change impacts on the energy system.
The Eldis Climate Change Resource Guide supports the documentation, exchange and use of evidence-based knowledge on climate change and development issues. Eldis Community, a social networking website, provides an online space for Eldis users to share and exchange knowledge and experience (http://community.eldis.org/index.html).
ECPA is a partnership of stakeholders on Energy and Climate Change, a medium for exchange of best practices, and a forum to bring together energy stakeholders of the Americas. Through ECPA, the governments of the Americas are working with partners in the region to advance the development and deployment of innovative clean energy technologies to combat global climate change, enhance national security, and advance sustainable development and green growth.
The Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP) is a global knowledge and technical assistance program administered by the World Bank. Its mission is to assist low- and middle-income countries to increase know-how and institutional capacity to achieve environmentally sustainable energy solutions for poverty reduction and economic growth. Since its inception in 1983, ESMAP has supported more than 800 energy-sector activities that promote poverty reduction, economic growth and low carbon development in over 100 countries.
Energypedia is a renewable energy wiki in the context of development cooperation. On energypedia.info anyone can create and revise articles on technologies, approaches and projects related to renewable energy and energy efficiency in developing countries. Energypedia is free and open to the public, however, users have to register if they want to edit information.
EUROCLIMA is a regional cooperation programme between the European Union and Latin America, focused on climate change. The Programme's objective is to facilitate the integration of climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies and measures into Latin American public development policies and plans.
Europe's Energy Portal is a commercial organization, strongly rooted within the EU, but run independently from the European Commission. The Portal has grown into a trusted environment accessible to anyone with an interest in energy. In particular, energy related to Europe and the member states of the European Union.
ELLA mixes research, exchange and learning to inspire development policies and practices that are grounded in evidence about what works in varied country contexts on selected economic, environmental and governance issues. The programme conducts rigorous research, synthesising existing evidence and researching evidence gaps, undertaken by researchers from countries in the 'global south', with an emphasis on sharing development lessons between Latin America and Africa.