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New research by the Tyndall Centre shows how fast oil and gas production should be phased out in different countries to remain consistent with the Paris goals.
This policy brief aims to increase the understanding and awareness of integrated actions that link climate change adaptation, mitigation, and sustainable development.
The purpose of this guide is to stimulate action through a step-by-step explanation of how a gender equality lens can be integrated into all sustainable bond issuances.
This edition of Indonesia's Energy Policy Briefing summarizes latest energy policy developments in Indonesia.
A review of the 42 voluntary national reviews countries submitted to the UN in 2021 to track SDG progress shows both positive and concerning trends.
This brief provides options on how the Government of Indonesia (GoI) can leverage public funding to incentivize private investment in renewable energy.
This brief outlines how decision-makers can be brought into the discussion around comprehensive/inclusive wealth (C/IW). The goal of this discussion is to encourage countries to move beyond GDP and begin using C/IW as a means of assessing national progress.
Zeroing In: A guide for the finance sector on the International Energy Agency’s Net Zero Emissions scenario and its implications for oil and gas finance
This Greenpeace UK, IISD and Oil Change International co-published briefing explains the International Energy Agency’s finding that keeping warming to 1.5C leaves no room for new oil and gas development
Blocking Ambition: Fossil fuel subsidies in Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Newfoundland and Labrador
Canada's four fossil fuel-producing provinces provided CAD 2.5 billion in fossil fuel subsidies in the 2020/21 fiscal year.
Our reporting team explores lessons learned from trying to advance global environmental diplomacy amid a year of uneven pandemic recoveries.