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

New publication: comparing G20 actions in phasing out coal

According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC’s) Special Report Global Warming of 1.5°C, a near-total reduction in the use of coal and...