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Parliamentary Evidence [PDF 261 MB] — UK Politics

Finance for future UK infrastructure

By Kate Levick

Media Advisory [PDF 162 KB] — London Climate Action Week

London Climate Action Week: Logo resources and visual identity guide

Report [PDF 2.2 MB] —

Rules of the road: the geopolitics of electric vehicles in Eurasia

By Taylor Dimsdale

Blog — E3G blog

Climate Frontiers Forum

By George Triggs

Blog — E3G blog

Why London Climate Action Week is not just another climate change conference

By Claire Healy

Blog — E3G blog

Why we need an International Centre for AI, Energy and Climate

By Pete Clutton-Brock, Jack Kelly, Paul Massara and Aidan O’Sullivan

Blog — International Financial Institutions E3G blog

Why China should green its overseas finance

By Helena Wright

Briefing Paper [PDF 270 KB] —

EU energy system transformation: the agenda for the next commission

By Simon Skillings

Letter [PDF 490 KB] —

Achieving a cost-effective transition unlocking the benefits of sector coupling

Central and Eastern Europe

Memorandum: Visegrad+ for Renewable Energy

Briefing Paper [PDF 115 KB] — European elections

European climate action in a renewed political landscape

By Elisa Giannelli

Blog — Capital Markets Union E3G blog

Sustainable finance policy can help Europe avoid disaster

By Kate Levick and Rosalind Cook

Report [PDF 2,140 KB] —

Opportunities to integrate disaster risk reduction and climate resilience into sustainable finance

By Kate Levick, Nick Mabeyand Rosalind Cook

Blog — Capital Markets Union E3G blog

To make investments climate resilient, the EU needs to expand its sustainable finance taxonomy

By Tom Jess, Sandrine Dixson-Declève

Blog — London Climate Action Week E3G blog

The countdown is on: London Climate Action Week

By George Triggs

Blog — UK Green Finance E3G blog Green Investment Bank

The kaleidoscope of global green finance is being shaken- can the UK regain its lead?

By Dileimy Orozco, George Triggs

Commentary — UK Politics

Climate Action – The time is now

By Ed Matthew

Parliamentary Evidence [PDF 290 KB] — UK Politics

BEIS Committee Inquiry: Financing Energy Infrastructure

By Joseph Dutton

Commentary — E3G blog UK Politics

The treasury is burning

By Ed Matthew

Report [PDF 800 KB] — Coal Phase Out

Clean energy, not coal: Citizens views of foreign investment in six countries

By Chris Littlecott, James Hawkins

London Climate Action Week

E3G Press Contacts LCAW

Blog — E3G blog

Green Finance: The story so far

By George Triggs, Helena Wright

Blog — German Politics Coal Phase Out E3G blog Just Transition

A role model for European coal phase out? Five lessons from the German Coal Commission

By Alexander Reitzenstein, Rebekka Popp

Deutsch Summary — German Politics Coal Phase Out Just Transition

Die deutsche Kohlekommission: Vorreiterin für transformativen Klimaschutz?

By Alexander Reitzenstein, Rebekka Popp

Deutsch Summary [PDF 221 KB] — German Politics Coal Phase Out Just Transition

Die deutsche Kohlekommission: Vorreiterin für transformativen Klimaschutz?

By Alexander Reitzenstein, Rebekka Popp

Briefing Paper [PDF 350 KB] — German Politics Coal Phase Out Just Transition

The German coal commission: a role model for transformative change?

By Alexander Reitzenstein, Rebekka Popp

Article — Gas in Focus

The role of gas in national energy and climate plans: The Netherlands, Romania and Denmark

By Elisa Giannelli

News — International Financial Institutions

Shifting Financial Flows to Invest in Low-Carbon Development in Southeast Asia

Blog — E3G blog

How should the next EU Commission’s agenda on climate resilience look?

By Luca Bergamaschi

Report [PDF 1.0 MB] — Risk Managing Power Sector Decarbonisation

Managing climate risk for a safer future: a new resilience agenda for Europe

By Luca Bergamaschi, Nick Mabey, Camilla BornAdam White