Climate transparency report 2020: Comparing G-20 climate action and responses to the Covid-19 crisis
Throughout much of 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic has forced millions of people to stay home and cut back on many high-emissions activities like daily commutes and airborne travel. The result has been a notable reduction in global greenhouse gas emissions — at least for now.
As the world looks toward recovery from the pandemic, a new report by Climate Transparency, with support from ClimateWorks Global Intelligence, sheds light on the environmental implications of economic stimulus policies across G-20 countries, action opportunities for further emissions reductions across key sectors, and progress toward making pandemic recovery finance consistent with climate-friendly development.
By focusing on these themes, the report will help funders to understand where 20 major economies stand in their change mitigation efforts and support strategies that will effectively drive a clean economic response to the pandemic.
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