News and Publications

  • CARISMA Climate Change Mitigation Monitor (no. 6) Read More
  • GreenEcoNet flyer: SME network for green economy (Dutch) Read More
  • BIOTEAM final report: Policy making in a circular (bio-)economy Read More
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  • [13 Jun 2016] ENSPOL final conference, Brussels Read More
  • [26 May 2016] GreenEcoNet final conference, Brussels Read More
  • [21 Apr 2016] POLIMP final conference, Brussels Read More
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Latest Jiq Magazine

  • JIQ Magazine July 2016 front page

    JIQ Magazine vol. 22, no. 2 (July 2016)

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About JIN

JIN Climate and Sustainability is a knowledge centre focusing on climate change policy issues in general and the concept of emissions trading in particular. JIN was established in 1995 and is based in Groningen (the Netherlands). Since 2001, JIN has regularly worked on EU-funded projects in the areas of climate change, sustainable development, energy efficiency and development and transfer of technologies for climate and development. JIN is a regular advisor to the UN Development Programme (UNDP), UN Climate secretariat (UNFCCC) and UN Environment Programme (UNEP) on low-emission and climate-resilient pathways for developing countries.

  • Emissions trading

    Emissions trading

    Market-based approaches to controlling emissions of greenhouse gases, both in the form of cap-and-trade and project-credit systems.            Read More
  • Clean development

    Clean development

    Identification of technologies and practices for meeting social, economic and environment goals in low emission and climate resilient societies. Read More
  • Biobased energy

    Biobased energy

    Sustainable use of biomass resources for energy production in order to strike a balance between social, environmental and economic interests and impacts. Read More
  • Energy efficiency

    Energy efficiency

    Reducing demand for energy by introducing policies and practices aimed at maintaining service levels with the input of fewer energy sources. Read More
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