Tendencias y Estudios / Convergencia y sostenibilidad

Taxonomy: Final report of the Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance

The final report on EU taxonomy, developed by the Technical Expert Group (TEG) on Sustainable Finance, contains recommendations relating to the overarching design of the Taxonomy, as well as guidance on how companies and financial institutions can make disclosures using the taxonomy.

Environmental Risk Outlook 2020

2020 was supposed to be a transformational year for the environment. The end date of a raft of corporate sustainability goals, the year when the curtain falls on Kyoto, and the Paris Agreement officially kicks into gear. But now we’re here, it’s clear business and governments are falling short of what needs to be achieved. Over the last 12 months alone, we’ve seen the Amazon and huge swathes of Australia on fire, Typhoon Idai claim more than 900 lives in southern Africa, while record temperatures became the new norm around the world.

2020 Global Automotive Consumer Study

What automobile industry trends and disruptive technologies will drive the automotive industry in the year ahead? Explore the data and insights from the 11th year of Deloitte’s Global Automotive Consumer Study and discover how 35,000 consumers in 20 countries are feeling about autonomy, electric and connected vehicles, ride-sharing and more. Now available: new insights on European auto industry trends.

Outlook for biogas and biomethane: Prospects for organic growth

This report provides estimates of the sustainable potential for biogas and biomethane supply, based on a detailed assessment of feedstock availability and production costs across all regions of the world. These form the basis on an outlook for biogas and biomethane supply and demand up to 2040, based on the scenarios presented in the annual World Energy Outlook.

Innovating to Net Zero

A new report by Energy Systems Catapult has found Net Zero by 2050 is possible if the UK supports innovation and scale-up across three essential areas – Low Carbon Technology, Land Use and Lifestyle.

WMO Statement on the State of the Global Climate in 2019

The report  includes input from national meteorological and hydrological services, leading international experts, scientific institutions and United Nations agencies. The flagship report provides authoritative information for policy makers on the need for Climate Action.

Sustainable Urban Mobility in the EU: No substantial improvement is possible without Member States’

Sustainable Urban Mobility is one of the main challenges facing cities in the EU and a matter of concern for many citizens. Road transport is one of the main causes of air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions in urban areas, and the costs of congestion. to society are around €270 billion a year.

Climate Solutions Series: Deep Decarbonization Pathways

Reducing emissions to lessen the long-term impacts of a warming climate has been a shared objective of the international community for decades. To date, progress toward this goal has not kept pace with pathways necessary to deliver a stabilized climate by the end of the century.

Building an Electric Bus Ecosystem in Indian Cities

E-buses offer many value propositions to Indian cities: they are more efficient, cleaner, quieter, and increasingly cost-competitive.  By 2030, if 4 out of 10 buses sold in India are electric, the country could emerge as the second largest e-bus market in the world after China. The increasing priority and support for e-buses from the central government and active response from states, cities, and industry are making that adoption path possible.

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