Two weeks before the G20 summit in Rome and COP26 in Glasgow, Climate Transparency has published the Climate Transparency Report 2021 the most comprehensive annual report on the climate activities of the G20 countries. On this occasion, the Climate Transparency Network invited to the international online launch of the report on 14 October 2021 at 14:00-15:00 CEST, which took place via Zoom and in English. During the event, participants gained various insights into the key outcomes of the G20 countries' climate actions, as well as regional and political perspectives on them. For the recording of the event in English, click here:
The report, compiled by experts from 16 partner organisations in 14 of the G20 countries, not only informs political decision-makers on an annual basis, but also stimulates national debates. Thanks to comparable and comprehensive information in a visually appealing format, the report serves as a useful reference work for many decision-makers and stakeholders worldwide.
You can download the report and all 20 country profiles free of charge from the Climate Transparency Website download.