Report // CACIP review issue 1: July - September 2021: Sustainable energy and green recovery
The Central Asian Climate Information Platform (CACIP) collects, structures and visualises public-domain climate and climate-relevant data and information, and supports their analysis, dissemination and decision-making in this field. The platform provides links to high-quality datasets from global, regional and local sources, and to analytical tools and interfaces for data visualization and interpretation.
The CACIP Review is a series of quarterly informational and analytical publications with accessible and comprehensive analysis of various aspects of the environment and climate change in Central Asia, based on the themes and content of the information platform. The review is intended both to inform the general public and to support evidence-based and effective policy decisions in combating climate change. The first issue of the CACIP review focuses on sustainable energy in Central Asia and the green economic recovery of the region after the COVID-19 pandemic.
CACIP is developed by the Regional Environmental Center for Central Asia (CAREC) in collaboration with the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) within the framework of the Climate Adaptation and Mitigation Program for the Aral Sea Basin funded by the World Bank. The information platform continuously receives reliable data and information provided by its key partners such as relevant authorities, international organizations and Central Asian NGOs.
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- Research article // Wastewater resources management for energy recovery from circular economy perspective