Our publications consist in a wealth of published documents on Energy & Climate data

ClimactRegions Project-Manual: “The Observation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions” adapted to the regional context of the Partners

Manual on: Observation of Greenhouse Emissions The GHG observation system is a powerful tool and the choices of a methodology and an approach for implementing it are not neutral. In fact, they contribute strongly towards building a representation of the regional impact on climate change and a framework for identifying areas of responsibilities and priorities […]

The annual balance of energy in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

The Regional Energy Observatory of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, recently published the annual balance of energy in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur. The report, among the other, shows data related to: the final energy consumption, the primary energy production, electricity and emissions of Greenhouse Gases in the Region.

EEA REPORT: Greenhouse gas emission trends and projections in Europe 2012 – Tracking progress towards Kyoto and 2020 targets

This report, published by the European Environment Agency in October 24, 2012, presents an overview of the progress achieved so far by the EU, its Member States and other EEA member countries towards their respective targets under the Kyoto Protocol and the EU burden-sharing agreement, as well as 2020 targets set at EU level. The […]

Climact Regions Project: Italian translation of the Best Practices on the Observation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

In the framework of the European Project CLIMACT REGIONS more than 20 regional energy and GHG observatories were identified.
Are-Liguria translated in Italian the booklet of the Best Practices on the Observation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions which offers an overview of the work of some Regional Observatories.

Towards an energy system “100% Renewable”. Scenario and action plans for a successful energy transition in the Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

The Région Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur commissioned the Research Institute Negawatt to analyze the needed steps towards a successful energy transition in the Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur by 2050.

The study focuses on the potential reduction of energy consumption and on the potential increase of energy production from renewable sources in France. The goal is to obtain, by 2050, the 90% of energy consumption from renewable sources and a definitive estrangement from nuclear energy by 2032.

ClimactRegions’s Leaflet on “Manuals for Policy Makers & Best Practice”

Governance processes are designed to provide support, expertise and advocacy for the design and joint execution of environmental policies. They offer the possible involvement of a variety of players at different levels and the opportunity to assist in defining and implementing a collective project through an open process of interaction and cooperation. More than 60 […]

RARE – French network of regional energy agencies: Observation of greenhouse gas emissions at regional level

The observation of the energy consumption and associated greenhouse gas emissions requires advanced methods of monitoring, particularly at regional level. The aim of these manuals is to create a “Tool ” for the observation of energy consumption and associated greenhouse gas emissions at regional level. The manuals offer an overview on the issues treated and […]

ClimactRegions Project-Manual:”Strategies and actions to Mitigate Climate Change” adapted to the regional context of the Partners

Manual on: Strategies and actions to Mitigate Climate Change Local groups and regions have a leading role to play in facing climate challenges. They possess not only a thorough knowledge of local conditions, resources, and needs, but also know the expectations of citizens. They assign public financing; they complete projects with long term effects on […]

ClimactRegions Project-Manual: “Dedicated Modes of Governance” adapted to the regional context of the Partners

Manual on: Dedicated Modes of Governance Mitigation of climate change often involves complex and controversial solutions (changes in land use, access to and shared use of resources, etc.) requiring the involvement of multiple players at different levels. They reveal gaps relating to traditional government institutions and to areas of intervention of public policies. Governance processes […]

Black carbon and ozone pollutants may be driving tropical expansion

Black carbon and ozone pollutants may be driving tropical expansion
Man-made pollutants may be responsible for the expansion of the tropics in the northern hemisphere, according to recent research. Black carbon aerosols and tropospheric ozone, formed from human activities, are heating the atmosphere and shifting major atmosphericncirculation patterns further north, which could create drier conditions in the subtropics…