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Sustainable Milk Cooling – Entry points for clean energy solutions in India's Dairy Value Chain

The project 2017 Business Cases for Milk Cooling (GIZ-REEEP) analyses experiences from dairy value chains in South Asia and East Africa to identify high potential clean energy interventions for increased efficiency and economic opportunity in Kenya and India for milk cooling.
Mission Trip to India (May 22nd – 26th 2017)
Dr. Blane Harvey and I travelled to Delhi on May 21st to spend a week meeting stakeholders from the dairy sector in order to confirm what we learnt from the literature, hear about specific details from those working in the field and to establish relationships for future engagement.

Blog by Martin Hiller: Climate Finance and the Importance of Equitable Development

At KPC's Austrian Climate Change Workshop, held last week in Vienna, I spoke on a panel about ‘Fostering Low-Carbon Development and Climate Resilience’. The Green Climate Fund and the European Investment Bank, among others, were represented on that panel, and given the nature of these two players, the presentations and most of the discussion revolved around large amounts of money.

REEEP Publishes Linked Open Data: The Essentials – The Climate Knowledge Brokering Edition

Following the success of the original ‘Linked Open Data: The Essentials’, which was published in 2012, REEEP is proud to present a new, updated edition with a focus on the use of Linked Open Data for climate knowledge brokering.

SECP: Green Business Development for Agricultural and Waste Management MSMEs

As part of the SWITCH Africa Green Programme (an initiative funded by the European Union, and implemented by the UNDP; UNOPS; and UNEP), work is being carried out on a South African based project with a core focus on SECP (Sustainable Energy Consumption and Production), a term coined by REEEP.

Renewables Tagger: A New Climate Tagger Feature, Developed by IRENA and REEEP

Climate Tagger is a suite of tools that was originally developed in 2011.
Utilizing the power of Linked Open Data and backed by REEEP's expansive Climate Smart Thesaurus, which was compiled with the help of over 50 experts in the field, Climate Tagger tags online resources with keywords automatically extracted from the text. Users can then choose to make their resources searchable by keywords, to have climate tagger recommend similar resources on their own or other websites, and even to provide definitions and translations for the keywords. The tool currently has around 200 registered users.
Most recently, an IRENA-REEEP collaboration has made possible the development of the brand-new Renewables Tagger: an extensive overhaul of thesaurus content related to renewable energy concepts and terminologies, as well as a new technical feature which allows users to pre-select only this new section of the thesaurus for tagging.

Towards a common vocabulary for climate change - part 2: reflections and next steps

As the Open Knowledge Hub project has evolved we’ve seen a number of exciting new ideas and collaborations emerge from among the project partners that really push forward the Open Knowledge agenda.
A good example of this came from a subset of partners with a shared interest in climate knowledge sharing. The project partners – Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC), the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) and Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) had identified an opportunity to learn from each other to improve how the climate change information they held was being structured and described.  They also recognised that working together to address this issue should not only improve their ability to share their own information effectively but could also make a wider contribution of value to other knowledge brokers in the sector.

Call for Partners in new Kyrgyzstan Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Education and Technology Centre

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) have issued a Call for Partners as they set up a Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Education and Technology Centre in Bishkek/Kyrgyzstan. 

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