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|Title:|| ||UNEP: Sustainable Building Policies on Energy Efficiency: Myanmar
|Date of publication:|| ||June 2011|
|Description/subject:|| ||"... The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in partnership with the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) of Singapore is preparing a regional status report within the framework of the global status reporting on sustainable buildings, launched by the United Nations Environment Programme - Sustainable Buildings and Climate Initiative (UNEP-SBCI). The regional status reporting will collate the current status and trends from sustainable buildings initiatives in the region, with the aim of publishing the Regional Status Report on Sustainable Building Policies in South-East Asia.
The Regional Status Report on Sustainable Building Policies in South-East Asia will provide an overview of the policies and initiatives put in place in various South-East Asian countries on promoting the development of sustainable buildings, with a first focus on Energy Efficiency related initiatives. The report is being conducted by BCA’s Centre for Sustainable Buildings and Construction (CSBC).
Countries participating in the Regional Status Report on Sustainable Building Policies in South-East Asia are: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, The Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
The Country Report on Sustainable Building Policies on Energy Efficiency in Brunei Darussalam is part of the series of Country Reports linked to the Regional Status Report on Sustainable Building Policies in South-East Asia.
The Country Report on Sustainable Building Policies on Energy Efficiency, collated as of June 2011, aims to profile country’s sustainable building policies and initiatives according to the four category classification of policy instruments developed by UNEP-SBCI, stated in the publication of the “Assessment of Policy Instruments for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Buildings, 2007”. These four types of policy instruments cover the whole range from voluntary to regulatory.
The four policy instruments categories are:
• Category 1: Voluntary Instruments
• Category 2: Fiscal Instruments
• Category 3: Regulatory Instruments
• Category 4: Market-based Instruments..."|
|Source/publisher:|| ||United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)|
|Format/size:|| ||pdf (509K)|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||23 April 2016|