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

Iniciativa Climática de México (ICM) and Climate Transparency in alliance with UK PACT (Partnering for Accelerated Climate Transitions) and the Plataforma México Clima y...

Climate Transparency G20 Report 2016 – Brown to Green

Greenhouse gas emissions are not declining The effects of climate change, which we are already witnessing, are the consequence of rising concentrations of greenhouse gases...

Paper release: Financing the transition from brown to green

On the occasion of President Macron’s One Planet Summit on 12 December, Climate Transparency and its partner the Overseas Development Institute release the paper...

Climate Transparency receives IKI’s support

Climate Transparency receives funding through the International Climate Initiative (IKI) of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), between...

G20 Fossil fuel subsidies and finance workshop in Tokyo

18-19 April Tokyo, Climate Transparency together with the Japanese Partner, IGES, and ODI, among others, organised on 18-19 April 2019 in Tokyo an international...

Event: Online Launch of the Climate Transparency Report 2020

The Climate Transparency Report 2020 (formerly the Brown to Green Report) will be released on 18 November 2020. On this occasion, we are happy to invite you...

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

The Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) and Climate Transparency organised the launch of the Brown to Green Report 2019 in Indonesia, which took...

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...

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...

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)...

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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...