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The research program on environment and energy addresses how economically efficient and environmentally sustainable use of energy, natural resources, and the services of the natural environment are key contributors to economic growth and poverty reduction. It covers four broad areas: (1) environment and natural resources, (2) energy, (3) climate change, (4) urban and regional development. More »

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Can Environmental Policy Reduce Infant Mortality? Evidence from the Ganga Pollution Cases
Quy-Toan Do, Shareen Joshi, and Samuel Stolper
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7799, August 2016

Do Consumers Benefit from Supply Chain Intermediaries? Evidence from a Policy Experiment in the Edible Oils Market in Bangladesh
M. Shahe Emran, Dilip Mookherjee, Forhad Shilpi, and M. Helal Uddin
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7745, July 2016

Technology Strategies for Low-Carbon Economic Growth: A General Equilibrium Assessment
Ian Sue Wing and Govinda Timilsina
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7742, July 2016

Impact of Climate Change and Aquatic Salinization on Mangrove Species and Poor Communities in the Bangladesh Sundarbans
Susmita Dasgupta, Istiak Sobhan, and David Wheeler
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7736, June 2016

Impacts of Carbon Pricing in Reducing the Carbon Intensity of China’s GDP
Jing Cao, Mun Ho, and Govinda R. Timilsina
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7735, June 2016

Roads and Rural Development in Sub-Saharan Africa
Claudia N. Berg, Brian Blankespoor, and Harris Selod
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7729, June 2016

How Do We Prioritize the GHG Mitigation Options? Development of a Marginal Abatement Cost Curve for the Building Sector in Armenia and Georgia
Govinda Timilsina, Anna Sikharulidze, Eduard Karapoghosyan, and Suren Shatvoryan
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7703, June 2016

Development of Low-Carbon Energy Supply System in Romania
Govinda Timilsina and Erika Jorgensen
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7698, June 2016

Long-Term Energy Demand Forecasting in Romania: An End-Use Demand Modeling Approach
Sunil Malla and Govinda R. Timilsina
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 7697, June 2016

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