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Blog — UK Green Finance E3G blog

Adults in the room

By Kate Levick

Blog — E3G blog UK Politics

‘Green Great Britain Week’ opens with fracking

By Joseph Dutton

Energy Efficiency

Energy efficiency is an infrastructure priority: from vision to action

Blog — E3G blog

The good, the bad and the ugly: the IPCC special report on global warming of 1.5°C

By Nick Mabey

Blog — Climate Diplomacy E3G blog

A new model of climate ambition

By Claire Healy

Blog — E3G blog International Climate Finance

The development of a global sustainable finance system: an update from Climate Week NYC

By George Triggs

Summary — UK Politics

Brexit and climate cooperation: implications for the Paris Agreement and Net-Zero

By Shane Tomlinson

Briefing Paper [PDF 451 KB] — UK Politics

Brexit and climate cooperation: implications for the Paris Agreement and Net-Zero

By Shane Tomlinson

Summary — German Politics

Why, after a hot summer, the German Coal Commission must now keep calm and phase out coal

By Pieter de Pous, Alexander Reitzenstein and Felix Heilmann

Deutsch Briefing Paper [PDF 321 KB] — German Politics

Nach der Sommerhitze – wieso die Kohlekommission jetzt kühlen Kopf bewahren

By Pieter de Pous, Alexander Reitzenstein and Felix Heilmann

Summary — UK Politics

Climate enforcement: the inclusion of climate policy under the proposed UK green watchdog

By Pete Clutton-Brock

Briefing Paper [PDF 188KB] — UK Politics

Climate enforcement: the inclusion of climate policy under the proposed UK green watchdog

Commentary — Energy Union

Why decarbonising gas might be harder than you think

By Lisa Fischer, Jonathan Gaventa

Summary — Coal Phase Out

Decision time for coal in Germany: Summary of 2018 G7 Coal Scorecard report

By Chris Littlecott, Louise Burrows, Alexander Reitzenstein, Pieter de Pous, Rebekka Popp

Report [PDF 1.5MB] — Coal Phase Out

G7 Coal Scorecard 2018 - Fourth Edition - Decision time for coal in Germany

By Chris Littlecott, Louise Burrows, Alexander Reitzenstein, Pieter de Pous, Rebekka Popp

Blog — Climate Diplomacy

The Guterres Climate Summit will fail if we don’t take climate resilience seriously

By Camilla Born

Blog — International Financial Institutions International Climate Finance

Ten years on: the chance for a positive legacy of the financial crisis

By Dileimy Orozco, Kate Levick

Commentary — Central and Eastern Europe

Mega infrastructure projects win over clean energy in Visegrad 4

By Ada Ámon

Blog — International Financial Institutions

Why the World Bank Group’s private sector arm must close its coal loopholes

By Helena Wright and Nezir Sinani

Letter [PDF 465 KB] — UK Politics

Prioritising EU27 / UK cooperation on climate change and energy

Letter — UK Politics

Prioritising EU27 / UK cooperation on climate change and energy

Briefing Paper — UK Politics

Investing in the future: how the UK can replace EU funding for low carbon infrastructure

By Pete Clutton-Brock, Joseph Dutton

Briefing Paper [PDF 473 KB] — UK Politics

Investing in the future: how the UK can replace EU funding for low carbon infrastructure

By Pete Clutton-Brock, Joseph Dutton

Briefing Paper — EU budget: Multiannual Financial Framework

Sectoral legislation in the post-2020 EU budget: ensuring effective climate spending

By Lisa Fischer, Jonathan Gaventa, Elisa Giannelli, Pedro Guertler, Tom Jess, Lea Pilsner

Briefing Paper [PDF 1.1 MB] — EU budget: Multiannual Financial Framework

Sectoral legislation in the post-2020 EU budget: ensuring effective climate spending

By Lisa Fischer, Jonathan Gaventa, Elisa Giannelli, Pedro Guertler, Tom Jess, Lea Pilsner

Commentary — German Politics Coal Phase Out E3G blog

Why are German coal workers so powerful, when there are so few?

By Felix Heilmann

Blog — UK Green Finance Changing Climates Decarbonising Europe E3G blog UK Politics

UK fracking go-ahead further chills the renewables sector – as climate change heats the country

By Joseph Dutton

Consultation Response [PDF 0.7MB] — Energy Efficiency UK Politics

Response to BEIS domestic private-rented sector energy efficiency regulation consultation

By Pedro Guertler

Consultation Response [PDF 1.2MB] — Energy Efficiency UK Politics

Response to NIC Interim National Infrastructure Assessment consultation

By Pedro Guertler

Presentation [PDF 250KB] — Energy Efficiency UK Politics

Home energy performance investment gap

By Pedro Guertler