Friday, June 23, 2017

Online Launch of Brown to Green Report 2017, 3 July

In the week of the G20 Summit, Climate Transparency presents its new report providing concise, comprehensive, comparable and credible information on how well each G20...

Investment attractiveness higher in China & India than US

The Allianz Climate & Energy Monitor Deep Dive aims to inform investors and policy-makers on the scale of investments needed in China, India and...

Brown to Green Forum, 26 January 2017, Berlin

Germany’s G20 Presidency offers a window of opportunity for raising ambition in climate action. The G20 can give a powerful signal for the implementation...

Partners & Strategy Workshop 2017

To drive the implementation of the Paris Agreement under the German G20 presidency, Climate Transparency will publish its 2017 Brown to Green Report before...

CCPI 2017 – Emerging economies catch up

Germanwatch – partner of the Climate Transparency consortium – launched this year’s Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI 2017) at COP22 in Marrakesh today. With the...

CAT Update: No Increase in Climate Action

One year after the adoption of the Paris Agreement, national climate policies have made little progress, and the road ahead looks even less clear...

Climate Transparency G20 Report 2016 – Brown to Green

Greenhouse gas emissions are not declining The effects of climate change, which we are already witnessing, are the consequence of rising concentrations of greenhouse gases...

Brown to Green Report – Press conference in Mexico City

Iniciativa Climatica de México (ICM) hosted a press conference to present the G20 “Brown to Green” Report of Climate Transparency in Mexico City on...

G20 and China’s decarbonisation – Workshop in Beijing

Beijing, 1 September 2016: Three days before the G20 Summit in China, the Energy Research Institute of the National Development and Reform Commission, the...

G20 Emissions – Still not declining

The G20 states are responsible for 74.9% of global greenhouse gas emissions. From 1990 to 2013, their absolute energy-related CO2 emissions have increased by 56%....


CentroClima/COPPE UFRJ - Brazil
Energy Research Center/University of Cape Town - South Africa
Energy Research Institute - China
Fundación Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (FARN) - Argentina
Initiativa Climática de Mexico - Mexico
The Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations - France
Institute for Essential Service Reform - Indonesia
New Climate Institute - Germany
Overseas Development Institute - UK
The Energy and Resources Institute - India

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