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 country has advanced in four areas: Emissions, Policy performance, Finance and Decarbonization.
Brown to Green Report 2017: The G20 transition to a low-carbon economy
Monday 3 July – 10:00-11:00 am CEST (or convert time)
A video recording will be available directly after the webinar.
Global emissions will need to peak within the coming years and be reduced to zero by 2050 to keep the 2°C or even 1.5°C limit under the Paris Agreement. The G20 countries are well positioned to play the needed leadership role in the transition from burning “brown” fossil fuels to a “green” low-carbon economy. But how well are they performing?
Peter Eigen, Co-Chair Climate Transparency
10:05 Presentation Brown to Green Report
Jan Burck, Germanwatch
Niklas Höhne, NewClimate Institute
Shelagh Whitley, Overseas Development Institute
10:20 Statements from G20 country experts of Climate Transparency
Jiang Kejun, Energy Research Institute, China
Swati Agarwal, The Energy and Resources Institute, India
Enrique Maurtua Konstantinidis, Fundación Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, Argentina
10:40 Q&A session
Moderated by: Gerd Leipold, HUMBOLDT-VIADRINA Governance Platform
Climate Transparency is an international partnership that brings together experts from Argentinia (Fundación Ambiente y Recursos Naturales), Brazil (CentroClima/COPPE UFRJ), China (Energy Research Institute), France (IDDRI), Germany (Germanwatch, HUMBOLDT-VIADRINA Governance Platform, NewClimate Institute), India (The Energy and Resources Institute), Indonesia (Institute for Essential Service Reform), Mexico (Initiativa Climática de Mexico), South Africa (Energy Research Center/University of Cape Town) and UK (Overseas Development Institute).