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Commentary — E3G blog

A turning point: Europe’s climate neutral 2050 vision

By Jonathan Gaventa

Blog — E3G blog

A climate neutral Europe by 2050: a first look at the new EU long-term climate strategy

By Jonathan Gaventa, Quentin Genard, Manon Dufour

Blog — EU budget: Multiannual Financial Framework E3G blog

InvestEU to catalyse European sustainable economy only if EU policymakers step up

By Lea Pilsner, Tom Jess

Blog — International Financial Institutions E3G blog

Are we insuring our homes more than we insure the planet?

By Helena Wright

Blog — COP24: UN Climate Talks E3G blog Just Transition

A Just Transition for all – or just a transition?

By Alexander Reitzenstein, Rebekka Popp, Jennifer Tollmann

Commentary — COP24: UN Climate Talks Climate Diplomacy E3G blog

What will make a difference at COP24?

By Jennifer Tollmann

Commentary — E3G blog UK Politics

The rise of direct climate action in the UK

By Joseph Dutton

Commentary — E3G blog Just Transition

Five benchmarks for a just transition to low-carbon energy

By Lisa Fischer, Rebekka Popp

Commentary — EU budget: Multiannual Financial Framework E3G blog Just Transition

The EU budget can support a just transition, but not as it stands

By Lea Pilsner, Pieter de Pous

Blog — COP24: UN Climate Talks E3G blog

What the mid-terms mean for climate change

By Tom Burke

Commentary — International Financial Institutions E3G blog

How are the development banks supporting long-term climate goals?

By Helena Wright

Commentary — EU budget: Multiannual Financial Framework E3G blog

4 priorities for a future-oriented Connecting Europe Facility

By Elisa Giannelli, Lisa Fischer

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4 priorities for a future-oriented Connecting Europe Facility

By Elisa Giannelli, Lisa Fischer

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

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

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 E3G blog Changing Climates Decarbonising Europe UK Politics

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

By Joseph Dutton

Blog — E3G blog Climate Security Decarbonising Europe

A just transition for all?

By Pieter de Pous

Commentary — Energy Union E3G blog Energy Efficiency

End of time out for electricity market design – trilogues are a go!

By Manon Dufour

Blog — Climate Diplomacy E3G blog

The Latest Threat To Multilateralism – Climate Impacts

By Camilla Born

Commentary — Climate Diplomacy Energy Union E3G blog

No Time for Complacency: How The EU Can Increase Its Domestic Ambition

By Manon Dufour, Quentin Genard

Blog — Climate Diplomacy E3G blog

Delivering EU Climate Leadership: A Summer 2018 To Do List

Blog — Climate Diplomacy E3G blog

A Week for Climate Diplomacy

By Jennifer Tollmann

Blog — Climate Diplomacy E3G blog

Real Economy Diplomacy is the Real Story

By Claire Healy

Blog — E3G blog Energy Efficiency UK Politics

Helm review: right question, wrong answer

By Simon Skillings

Blog — E3G blog UK Politics

The New UK Energy Challenge

By Simon Skillings

Blog — Climate Diplomacy E3G blog G20 Shifting the Trillions

How Climate Change Turned Germany into a Global Leader

By Jennifer Tollmann