Raising NDC ambition to reach climate action goals: Fossil fuel subsidies, energy pricing and swaps
How much can we reduce greenhouse gas emissions if we raise ambition with second-generation Nationally Determined Contributions?
This panel and discussion will focus on best practices on fossil fuel subsidy reform and pricing based on country experience.
Experts will present results on GHG emission reduction from energy modelling research over 20 countries and consider possible fiscal scenarios to achieve climate action goals. We will take a closer look at fossil fuel subsidyphase-out, modest taxation of fossil fuels, and savings from FFS reforms reinvested into renewables and energy efficiency for a low-carbon energy “swap.” We will hear from countries and organizations working to create an enabling environment for the launch of the low-carbon energy economy to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Why does a green recovery in Canada need to be fossil fuel subsidy-free?
Join us for an exploration of how fossil fuel subsidy reform can contribute to Canada’s COVID-19 recovery, climate target achievements, and more.
Behavioral Insights for Climate Action
How can understanding human behavior speed meaningful climate action?The Geneva Science-Policy Interface, the SDG Lab and the Université de Genève are pleased to invite you to the next Behavioral Insight event featuring the launch of a new GSPI Policy Brief on Behavioral Insights for Climate Action…
COP25 Halfway Point Webinar
Midway through the 2019 Climate Change Conference (COP25) in Madrid, the Earth Negotiations Bulletin team hosts an update on progress.
The Canadian Climate Story: High-level COP 22 dialogue on provincial and federal climate action in Canada
This panel at COP 22, co-hosted by IETA and IISD, will showcase Canada's swiftly-evolving climate policy landscape across sub-national and federal levels.