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dc.contributor.authorKAUR, Biba Jasmine
dc.description.abstractTo save the world from the catastrophic effects of climate change, there is debate at all levels about achieving net zero, including government action and public engagement. In addition to achieving net zero, the focus is on adopting long-term development strategies with low greenhouse gases (GHGs), as these are critical to moving growth paths and investment patterns toward the long-term temperature goal of keeping global warming below 2 degrees Celsius (°C). Given that G20 economies are responsible for nearly 75% of global GHGs, a coordinated approach is critical to enable countries to scale up their ambition and efforts to the levels required to achieve their respective net zero targets. The policy brief provides an overview of the key economic sectors of G20 member countries using climate action databases such as Climate Action Tracker, Climatewatch, etc. The brief outlines a pathway for further scaling up and strengthening G20 climate action, including linkages to immediate climate action. Additionally, it also offers a range of policy solutions that can help member countries achieve climate targets and subsequently reach net zero.en
dc.publisherEuropean University Instituteen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesSTG Policy Briefsen
dc.titleRaising climate ambition : G20 countries way outen
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