Between June 2018 and June 2019, Climate Transparency partners from India (TERI), Indonesia (IESR) and South Africa (ERC) conducted research on the economic impacts of a just coal transition and how to overcome current barriers.

The results of the analysis have been presented and discussed with stakeholders from government, trade unions, coal companies and civil society at workshops in Cape Town, Jakarta and New Delhi.

Moreover, Climate Transparency wrote a report, entitled “Managing the phase-out of coal: a comparison of actions in G20 countries“, which has been presented at the Brown to Green Forum in the British Embassy Berlin on 21 May 2019.

Socio-economic considerations for a Paris Agreement-compatible coal transition in South Africa

How does South Africa manage its coal phase-out?

Indonesia’s coal dynamics: Toward a just transition

Coal Transition in India

To learn more about how coal phase out looks like in G20 countries and what the international reactions to Germany’s Coal Commission are, watch our videos:

How are G20 countries phasing out coal?

What are international reactions to Germany’s Coal Commission?

In 2019, Climate Transparency’s partners in Argentina, Brazil, India, Indonesia, Mexico and South Africa collaborate on how to take ambitious steps in order to decarbonize the transport sector in their countries. Together they develop policy papers, share learnings and good practices as well as organise workshops gathering key stakeholders to deliver change.