Brown to Green Report 2018: The G20 transition to a low-carbon economy

Brown to Green Report 2018: The G20 transition to a low-carbon economy

The Brown to Green Report 2018 is the world’s most comprehensive review of G20 climate action. It provides concise and comparable information on G20 country mitigation action, finance and vulnerability.

Developed by experts from 14 research organisations and NGOs from the majority of the G20 countries, the report covers 80 indicators. It informs policy makers and stimulates national debates.

The country profiles and a technical note on data sources and methodology
can be downloaded at: www.climate-transparency.org

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Autor: Akihisa Kuriyama (Institute for Global Environmental Strategies), Alexandre Magnan (Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations), Andrew Marquard (Energy Research Center, Bill Hare (Climate Analytics), Bryce McCall (Energy Research Centre, Charlene Watson (Overseas Development Institute), Enrique Maurtua Konstantinidis (Fundación Ambiente y Recursos Naturales), Erina Mursanti (Institute for Essential Service Reform), Fabby Tumiwa (Institute for Essential Service Reform), Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)., Gerd Leipold (HUMBOLDT-VIADRINA Governance Platform), Gereon tho Pesch (Germanwatch), Guy Cunliffe (Energy Research Centre, Hannah Schindler (HUMBOLDT-VIADRINA Governance Platform), Harald Winkler (Energy Research Centre, Jan Burck (Germanwatch), Jasmin Cantzler (Climate Analytics), Jiang Kejun (Energy Research Institute China), Jorge Villarreal (Iniciativa Climática de México), Karan Mangotra (The Energy and Resources Institute), Leah Worrall (Overseas Development Institute), Lena Donat (Germanwatch), Leonie Neier (Germanwatch), Lola Vallejo (Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations), Niklas Höhne (NewClimate Institute), Shelagh Whitley (Overseas Development Institute), Sofia Gonzales-Zuñiga (NewClimate Institute), Thomas Spencer (The Energy and Resources Institute), University of Cape Town), William Wills (CentroClima, Yuji Mizuno (Institute for Global Environmental Strategies)
Sprache: English