Các quốc gia bắt đầu phát triển những công nghệ các-bon thấp từ ngày hôm nay sẽ trở thành các nền kinh tế lớn trong tương lai. Để có thể cạnh tranh trong nền kinh tế các-bon thấp toàn cầu, Việt Nam đòi hỏi cần có một chiến lược công nghiệp xanh mạnh mẽ để củng cố các cơ hội đầy triển vọng. Và điều này bắt đầu bằng việc xác định các lĩnh vực và các ngành ưu tiên.
Agar Indonesia dapat menjadi kompetitif di perekonomian rendah karbon dunia, dibutuhkan strategi industri hijau yang kuat, yang dimulai dari identifikasi sektor prioritas.
Vietnam stands at an inflection point, primed to take advantage of strong policies and human and natural capital to build its competitive advantage in a low-carbon economy. Our analysis with Vivid Economics highlights how Vietnam is already a specialist in components required for smart grids and energy storage with promising opportunities in other technologies such as solar PV and wind power. A low-carbon industrial strategy can help realign Vietnam’s economy towards these increasingly profitable sectors and help maintain its high economic growth. If implemented, Vietnam stands to gain substantially from this strategy, with some estimates indicating savings of over US$23 billion to 2030. These savings are predicted to come from a renewables-led pathway where renewable energy generation capacity will quadruple in the same period.
Specialisation in green technologies such as solar photovoltaic and lighting can help the Philippines achieve an industrial strategy that is inclusive and innovation-led, propelling growth in green jobs and reaching energy security. Our research with Vivid Economics, highlights that the Philippines already has significant export strengths in solar PV and efficient lighting, with promising opportunities in geothermal and energy storage. For the Philippines to be competitive in the global low-carbon economy, it requires a robust low-carbon industrial strategy to consolidate these promising opportunities.
Indonesia can be competitive in the global low-carbon transition by taking advantage of key market opportunities in geothermal, energy storage and industrial efficiency. Our analysis with Vivid Economics highlights how a low-carbon industrial strategy can help realign Indonesia’s economy towards these increasingly profitable sectors and leverage their strengths to improve its position in the ‘green race’. Further, Indonesia should not delay its efforts to scale up low-carbon industries, given the benefits a low-carbon industrial strategy can deliver for economic diversification and growth.
In 2018 ClimateWorks Australia worked with local governments in Victoria to increase uptake of electric vehicles in their fleets. Electric vehicles will be vital in decarbonising the transport sector, to help Australia achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Working with the Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV) and the Electric Vehicle Council, ClimateWorks ran workshops and webinars to help local governments to better understand electric vehicles. These workshops also provided an opportunity for local governments already using electric vehicles to share their learnings. ClimateWorks also collected data on demand for electric vehicles across local government fleets, and liaised with electric vehicle manufacturers on vehicle pricing. This enabled the development of tailored advice for individual local governments comparing the total cost of electric vehicles with traditional petrol vehicles. Over 100 individuals from 43 different local governments across Victoria have engaged with the project. This report highlights key findings from the project and recommends further areas of work.
The ‘Zeroing in’ report summarises key ClimateWorks impacts over the 2017-18 period. Along with key reports including Tracking Progress, we delivered analysis for buildings, finance (climate scenario work), transport and energy, helped capacity build through education and launched several major new programs.
Built to Perform in Northern Australia: An industry led pathway to a zero carbon ready building code [PDF 1.43 MB]
Built to Perform in Northern Australia is an addendum to Built to Perform - An industry led pathway to a zero carbon ready building code, Trajectory Project published in July 2018. This Northern Australia report sets out potential energy performance targets in the National Construction Code specific to Queensland, Northern Territory and Northern Western Australia’s unique climates. The technical report can be downloaded from the ASBEC website here.
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Horizon to horizon: A Pacific Island country guide to creating long term climate resilience, net zero emissions development, and a sustainable future was developed in close consultation with stakeholders from across the Pacific. This tailored guide outlines a step by step process, specifically for Pacific island countries, to assist in the design of their own long term economy-wide strategies, identifying and solving roadblocks to implementation, and determining financing needs and sources.
This Strategic Mitigation, Adaptation and Resilience (SMART) Tool is a downloadable Excel resource which accompanies the Horizon to horizon guide. It has been designed to help Pacific Island leaders identify and better understand interactions between mitigation actions and adaptation and resilience priorities. Please refer to the SMART guide and briefing paper for information on how to use this SMART Tool.