This project aims to further advance the understanding of the universe of global subnational and non-state climate action, the potential impact of these actors on global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and their actual progress.
The project aims to to analyse the extent to which German and EU foreign diplomacy are aligned with the European Green Deal and the PA.
The main aim is to develop robust, evidence-based research and advocacy to help facilitate credible, transparent corporate climate action and pledges.
A framework for development financial institutions which provides a selection of tools and approaches to align financial flows with the PA.
Investigated climate neutrality targets and claims made from countries and companies, and analysed what they mean in terms of climate impact.
The project provided an assessment of CORSIA and considered a number of different options for regulating emissions from the aviation sector.
An assessment of operating models for voluntary carbon markets, providing recommendations to maintain finance to emission reduction activities.
These virtual pilots are intended to be mitigation pilot activities based on real-world contexts, which could be implemented in the future.
Provides an identification of practical solutions and concrete proposals for the implementation of SD indicators in GHG mitigation projects.
The project promoted best practices in the assessment of current investment levels to support an increase in sustainable financial flows.
Support in strengthening Germany’s cooperation on carbon markets and its position on international emissions trade instruments of the PA.
This project provides recommendations on how development banks could strengthen existing tools to align their portfolios with the transitions required by the Paris Agreement.
Focused on the social housing sector, identifying activities that can generate an incentive for ambitious emission reductions.