The G7 Summit, climate action & the US

5 reasons why Trump’s “Paris Agreement is very unfair” argument does not hold.  At the end of this week, the G7 countries meet in Chalevoix,...

21 May 2019 l Event: Brown to Green Forum

The British Embassy Berlin and Climate Transparency organised the Brown to Green Forum: Managing the phase out of coal - perspectives from Germany, the...

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,...

Event: Launch of the Brown to Green Report 2019 in South...

The Energy Systems Research Group (ESRG) at the University of Cape Town, previously part of the Energy Research Centre, and the Embassy of France...

G7 countries’ transition towards a low-carbon economy

The G7 plays a crucial role in the raising of ambition of climate action this year. The group’s agreements lay the path for the...

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...

Event: Launch of the Brown to Green Report 2019 in Argentina

Fundación Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (FARN) organised a two-day event on 13 and 14 November 2019, entitled "Climate crisis: ambitious and technically feasible approaches",...

IGES joins partnership of Climate Transparency

Climate Transparency is pleased to welcome a new partner from Japan – The Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES). The Institute has been established...

Japan’s G20 Presidency: Innovation for Climate Action

Ahead of the G20 Energy and Environment Ministers' Meeting in Karuizawa in Japan on 15-16 June, Climate Transparency publishes its new briefing paper "Japan's...

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%....

Climate Transparency

Briefing paper: Climate action under Argentina’s G20 Presidency

Argentina took over the G20 Presidency on 1 December 2017 with three agenda priorities: 1) the future of work; 2) infrastructure for development; and 3)...