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Climate Transparency stimulates a ‘race to the top’ in climate action by providing comprehensive data on G20 countries' transition to a low-carbon economy.
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Germanwatch Dec 10
Performance Index 2020: continues to lead ranking, followed by & . No country achieves "very high" rating as national still not in line with targets of . Explore results
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Germanwatch Dec 10
Interested in how your country performs in ? ➡ Climate Change Performance Index 2020 evaluates performance of 57 countries & in 4 categories: |s More about on
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Climate Transparency Dec 9
Launch of Coalition of Finance Ministers at is just an important building blog to align the finance flows and architecture with the goals of the
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Climate Transparency Dec 9
Enhancing governance and fighting corruption is key for increasing effectiveness of policies across board
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Climate Transparency Dec 9
We need a strong and policy framework in South Africa to get out of says Shamini Harrington from .
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Climate Transparency Dec 6
Governance Framework is a very important input by and to knowledge on gaps and needs in the implementation environment for
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Climate Transparency Dec 6
Asia will likely to account for 50% of global emissions by 2030 which makes Asia the center for and carbon markets - discussion in the MDB Pavilion
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Leo Roberts Dec 6
South Africa's coal regions have HIGHER unemployment than the national average + having to live with massive pollution, energy poverty, and no way of selling their houses (who'd want to buy?) is collapsing the SA economy, but it's also killing people.
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Energy Systems Research Group at UCT Dec 6
Not many people understand how uncompetitive has become, and continues to become. What we need are champions for the support of phaseout and for investment into Happening now : discussion on phase out
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Energy Systems Research Group at UCT Dec 6
already experiencing the impacts of stranded assets, already lost $63bn in foreseen coal exports in the last 3 years. To keep the domestic market going will require huge subsidies, and with already cheaper than , who will pay for these?
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Climate Transparency Dec 6
Fabby Tumiwa shared that is planning for a process to tackle the question of coal which supports the countries climate ambition ...
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Heleen de Coninck Dec 6
Fabby Tumari signalling a potential coal sellout as a consequence of pressure on global coal markets, identifying Kalimantan as most vulnerable for transition and the need for a just transition out of coal .
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Climate Transparency Dec 6
Director Fabby Tumiwa highlights that coal is seen as strategic resource of the Government and also the cheapest source of - incentives structures must change for the keeping social implications in mind
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Energy Systems Research Group at UCT Dec 6
Happening now: Coal Phase out Rapid phaseout of is the single most important step to get to 1.5 degrees
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Climate Transparency Dec 6
: current coal phase out plans are more ambitious than the India . This is great! We encourage to be among the countries that are far more ambitious in their 2020 NDCs!
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Climate Transparency Dec 6
HAPPENING NOW: Join us for a discussion on phase out with partners
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Climate Transparency Dec 5
Join us tomorrow, 🗓️6 December, at⏲️13.00-14.30 in 📍the South African 🇿🇦 Pavilion to discuss: “The challenges of phase out: insights from the and developing countries.”
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Climate Transparency Dec 5
Dr. Gerd Leipold, Program Director of Climate Transparency, contributed to the Global Policy Publication entitled: From “Green” to “Blue Finance”. Read more about the missed potential of the G20 countries and reasons, why they should act now:
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Climate Transparency Dec 4
To read the Brown to Green Report (), please visit our website at:
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Germanwatch Dec 4
"We urgently need to shift transport to rail, which is still the cleanest long-distance travel option. Rail investment needs to be a backbone of the European Green New Deal." Says Climate Transparency side-event
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