Climate Transparency - National Engagement in seven G20 Emerging Economies - 18_I_324 - 10029 - Internationale Climate Initiative (IKI)

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Climate Transparency - National Engagement in seven G20 Emerging Economies

As of: January 2020

Objective and activities

Climate Transparency brings together the most authoritative climate assessments and expertise of institutions from G20 countries. Jointly, these experts develop a credible, comprehensive and comparable picture on the climate performance of G20 countries - The annual Brown to Green Report includes easy-to-use information on mitigation, vulnerability and finance. Based on the report, the IKI project strives to enhance the knowledge of key actors on G20 climate performance and thus their readiness to push for more ambitious climate action in Argentina, Brazil, India, Indonesia, Mexico and South Africa. Workshops, briefings, targeted knowledge products and media work provide vital information to government representatives – particularly finance experts and ministries – G20 stakeholders, NGOs, think tanks and business.

State of implementation/results

The Brown to Green Report 2019 will be launched on 12 November 2019 at 16:00 CET via (…). The Brown to Green Report appears annually in cooperation with a project partner Germanwatch and others. The Climate Transparency is planning to launch the Report on the COP25 in Chile.

Project data

Argentina, Brazil, India, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, South Africa

Implementing organisation:
Humboldt-Viadrina Governance Platform GmbH

Partner institution(s):
  • Brazilian Forum on Climate Change, China Energy Research Institute, Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs - Indonesia, Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) - South Africa," Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) - India", Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT) - Mexico, Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development - Argentina, Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Brazil
  • Centro Clima - Brazil,China Energy Research Institute,Germanwatch e.V.,Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR),NewClimate Institute

BMU grant:
€ 2,499,979.30

03/2018 till 02/2020