This case study shows how utilities can increase gender equality and promote women’s empowerment through institutional policies, examining management structures, and utilizing corporate social responsibility (CSR).
Renewable energy technologies — including hydro, solar, wind and geothermal — account for the energy market’s fastest growing sector. Global renewable energy employs 9.8 million people, an 11 percent increase from 2015.
This video features representatives from Ecuador, El Salvador, Colombia, Honduras, and Guatemala who describe how access to climate information and services is helping people build resilience to adverse climate phenomena.
This video highlights efforts by the USAID CAFTA-DR Regional Environmental Program to aid countries in Central America in strengthening institutions, laws, and regulations that seek to improve the environmental performance.
On September 28, USAID/El Salvador signed agreements with three commercial banks in El Salvador to offer more than $53 million in partial loan portfolio guarantees under USAID’s Development Credit Authority (DCA) program.
USAID supported an assessment of the energy and greenhouse gas emission benefits associated with USAID’s renewable energy development and energy efficient street lighting efforts in El Salvador using the online Clean Energy Emission Reduction (CLEER) Tool.
Este perfil ofrece un resumen de los problemas de riesgo climático en El Salvador, incluyendo cómo el cambio climático potencialmente afectará a la agricultura, los recursos de agua, la salud humana, los ecosistemas, la infraestructura y la energía.
This profile provides an overview of climate risk issues in El Salvador, including how climate change will potentially impact agriculture, water resources, human health, ecosystems, and infrastructure and energy.