Emissions in G20 countries – 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%....

G20 Climate Policy – More action needed

Climate Policy Framework G20 countries have increasingly introduced climate policies, showing growing awareness around the need for climate action and its benefits. Important policy instruments are...

G20 Financing the transition – Glimpses of green

Investment Attractiveness The transition from a brown to a green, low-carbon economy crucially depends on how attractive it is to invest. The investment attractiveness for...

G20 Decarbonisation – Coal needs to go

Energy and Carbon Intensity For the G20 as a whole, the energy intensity of the economy (TPES/GDP) and the carbon intensity of the economy (CO2/GDP)...

Emissions in G20 countries – A turning point?

G20 countries represent two thirds of the world population, and four fifths of global economic output, as measured by gross domestic product (GDP). Collectively,...

G20 Emissions

G20 countries account for 74% of current global greenhouse gas emissions. Average annual per capita emissions are nearly 7 tCO2e. The vast majority of these,...

G20 Decarbonization

Decarbonisation of the global economy will be a crucial element for staying below the 2°C threshold. Two important steps towards achieving such decarbonisation are...

G20 Climate Policy and Targets

Climate Policy Performance The CCPI policy evaluations show a growing sensibility among G20 governments of the need for and benefits from climate action. Many countries...

Climate Transparency

The Environmental Performance Index

The Environmental Performance Index (EPI) ranks 178 countries on how well they perform on high-priority environmental issues in two broad policy areas: protection of...