The Climate Transparency Report 2022:
The G20 Response to the Energy Crisis is critical for 1.5°C

G20 economies play a decisive role in reaching the goals of the Paris Agreement. We assess the performance of the G20 in a comparative stocktake of climate action.

Event: Launch of the Climate Transparency Report 2022 in Brazil

CLIMATE TRANSPARENCY REPORT HIGHLIGHTS HIGH RECORD IN FOSSIL FUEL SUBSIDIES IN G-20 COUNTRIES Brazil: Amazon deforestation reaches the highest levels since 2006 The record high fossil...

Event: Launch of the Climate Transparency Report 2022 in Argentina

Climate action in a context of crisis Under this premise, Fundación Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (FARN) presented on 31st October the new Climate Transparency Report...

Rebounding emissions: Take the high road!

The rebound of emissions in 2021 from a temporary dip in 2020 by 5.9%, induced by the COVID-19 pandemic, is in stark contrast to...

Rebounding emissions, quo vadis?

The COVID-19 pandemic that swept through the world in 2020 - and is still not over – had a high toll on human life,...

COP27: Climate Transparency in Sharm El Sheikh

The Secretariat and Climate Transparency partners will join the COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. We will conduct an interactive briefing on the key...

Co-Chairs: Too little, but not too late for 1.5°C

By Alvaro Umańa and Peter Eigen, Co-Chairs of Climate Transparency We are in the midst of a crisis that threatens the very foundations of our...