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  • Value proposition

    [Automatic translation follows] E3G is an independent climate change think tank accelerating the transition to a climate safe world.

    E3G is a global climate change think tank operating to accelerate the transition to a low carbon economy.

    We are experts on climate diplomacy, energy policy and sustainable finance.

    E3G builds cross-sectoral coalitions to achieve carefully defined outcomes, chosen for their capacity to leverage change.

    E3G works closely with like-minded partners in government, politics, civil society, science, the media, public interest foundations and elsewhere.

    We currently have offices in London, Brussels, Berlin and Washington DC, together with a regular presence in China and Italy.

    The core of our capability lies with our diverse, experienced and creative staff. E3G’s founding directors have a unique experience working on energy, environment, security policy and diplomacy challenges in the UK Foreign Ministry, Prime Minister's Strategy Unit and as senior political advisors.

    E3G was founded in 2004 to address the challenge of how to deliver transformational policy change. Our experience has been that the main obstacles to sustainable development lie not in a lack of analysis or available resources, but in the silo-based nature of institutions and decision makers. We, therefore, work to align politics and policy to leverage strategic outcomes.

    E3G is established in the UK as a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee. E3G maintains full independence in all its activities and is funded by a mix of foundations, government bodies and NGOs.

    E3G is established in Belgium as a not-for-profit association (ASBL) and in Washington as a private company with 501c3 tax exempt status.

    climate change, energy policy, green finance, climate diplomacy, sustainable finance, clean economy, governance, climate risk, climate resilience, social issues, ESG, sustainability, fossil fuel transition, climate security, geopolitics, safe climate, global warming, climate crisis, water scarcity , and agriculture

  • Original language

    E3G is an independent climate change think tank accelerating the transition to a climate safe world.

    E3G is a global climate change think tank operating to accelerate the transition to a low carbon economy.

    We are experts on climate diplomacy, energy policy and sustainable finance.

    E3G builds cross-sectoral coalitions to achieve carefully defined outcomes, chosen for their capacity to leverage change.

    E3G works closely with like-minded partners in government, politics, civil society, science, the media, public interest foundations and elsewhere.

    We currently have offices in London, Brussels, Berlin and Washington DC, together with a regular presence in China and Italy.

    The core of our capability lies with our diverse, experienced and creative staff. E3G’s founding directors have a unique experience working on energy, environment, security policy and diplomacy challenges in the UK Foreign Ministry, Prime Minister's Strategy Unit and as senior political advisors.

    E3G was founded in 2004 to address the challenge of how to deliver transformational policy change. Our experience has been that the main obstacles to sustainable development lie not in a lack of analysis or available resources, but in the silo-based nature of institutions and decision makers. We, therefore, work to align politics and policy to leverage strategic outcomes.

    E3G is established in the UK as a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee. E3G maintains full independence in all its activities and is funded by a mix of foundations, government bodies and NGOs.

    E3G is established in Belgium as a not-for-profit association (ASBL) and in Washington as a private company with 501c3 tax exempt status.

    climate change, energy policy, green finance, climate diplomacy, sustainable finance, clean economy, governance, climate risk, climate resilience, social issues, ESG, sustainability, fossil fuel transition, climate security, geopolitics, safe climate, global warming, climate crisis, water scarcity , and agriculture

  • E3G - A safe climate for all

    We are world leading strategists on the political economy of climate change, dedicated to achieving a safe climate for all.

  • https://www.e3g.org/
Corporate interactions BETA
Corporate TypeDate
The World Bank
The World Bank
International development, International Trade and Development
The World Bank
International development, International Trade and Development
Other

29 Apr 2022

29 Apr 2022
Chatham House
Chatham House
Think Tanks
Chatham House
Think Tanks
Other

28 Apr 2022

28 Apr 2022
OECD - OCDE
OECD - OCDE
International development, International Affairs
OECD - OCDE
International development, International Affairs
Other

18 Apr 2022

18 Apr 2022
Financial Times
Financial Times
Media, Newspaper Publishing
Financial Times
Media, Newspaper Publishing
Other

30 Mar 2022

30 Mar 2022
United Nations
United Nations
International development, International Affairs
United Nations
International development, International Affairs
Other

30 Mar 2022

30 Mar 2022
Eurostat
Eurostat
European Union, Government Administration
Eurostat
European Union, Government Administration
Other

25 Mar 2022

25 Mar 2022
European Parliament
European Parliament
European Union, Political Organizations
European Parliament
European Union, Political Organizations
Other

10 Mar 2022

10 Mar 2022
Climate-KIC
Climate-KIC
Environmental Services
Climate-KIC
Environmental Services
Other

20 Dec 2021

20 Dec 2021
Iddri
Iddri
Research, Research Services
Iddri
Research, Research Services
Other

17 Dec 2021

17 Dec 2021
UK Atomic Energy Authority
UK Atomic Energy Authority
Research, National and local authorities
UK Atomic Energy Authority
Research, National and local authorities
Other

23 Nov 2021

23 Nov 2021
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1 week, 1 day ago 16

After two-and-bit weeks of negotiations, the outcome of #COP27 includes some firm steps forward on climate action.

A historic #LossAndDamage fund for responding to escalating climate impacts, renewable energy singled out as the route to addressing the energy crisis, and strong calls to reform international financial institutions to unlock more finance and fiscal space for #ClimateAction demonstrate climate collaboration in the face of turbulent geopolitics. 

However, there was little assurance of the acceleration needed to keep temperature rise below 1.5C. Tensions over ending the use of #FossilFuels rose to the surface at COP27 but have been left for future years to address fully.

In this week's newsletter, E3G recaps the outcome of COP27 and progress made on climate action ⬇️
https://lnkd.in/e3qMegdw

E3G
1 week, 5 days ago 3

It is in public banks' own interest to commit to a low-carbon transition and put in place climate-resilient infrastructure.

Public development finance is increasingly called on to address global crises. The investment needs for climate, health, food, and energy security grow ever larger, and the geopolitical context is increasingly challenging. Against this background, public banks have the opportunity – and the imperative – to assume a leading role in the transition to a climate-safe world.

Pushing for low-carbon development models, aligned with the #ParisAgreement and with interwoven mitigation and adaptation considerations, is therefore critical. Paris alignment is far from a trade-off for development mandates – it should be a crucial part of their fulfilment, write E3G's Laura Sabogal, Viktor Ahlgren and Dominique Schmutzer.

E3G
1 week, 6 days ago 10

While leaders gather in Bali for the G20 Leaders' Summit, E3G recaps on Energy Day at COP27.

Keep up to date with today's negotiations and announcements with our #COP27 live tracker: https://lnkd.in/exZfvnWK

Following today's International Energy Agency (IEA) coal report, E3G shares analysis of the current state of the global landscape of planned new #coal power projects: https://lnkd.in/e6nHfEya

Today's newsletter unpacks the state of play for #ClimateFinance, #LossAndDamage, adaptation and a cover text: https://lnkd.in/e-4PGJdz

E3G
1 week, 6 days ago 42 1

Today is Decarbonisation Day at #COP27. It is the time for public banks and development financial institutions to demonstrate their commitment to global #decarbonisation.

This urgent call to action has become the centre of heated discussions at COP27, where different financial groups are reporting on their progress in aligning their financial flows with the #ParisAgreement.

The Agence Française de Développement has been championing a multitude of discussions at the conference and putting forward interesting policy proposals. E3G has analysed the AFD as a part of its Public Bank Climate Tracker Matrix and found the group is well on track to becoming 100% aligned with the Paris Agreement. The group's efforts show that development financial institutions and other public banks can effectively leverage their technical assistance and lending capacities to support the delivery of the Paris Agreement.

The ball is now in the court of all financial groups. Before the end of COP27, they must:
➡️ Support the phase-out of fossil fuel financing.
➡️ Adhere to global temperature scenarios compatible with the Paris Agreement.
➡️ Commit to providing technical assistance to countries in the design of their transition plans.

Read more about E3G's analysis of the AFD alignment with the Paris Agreement in the context of COP27 👇
https://lnkd.in/e85x8xx5
Dominique Schmutzer Laura Sabogal Sonia Dunlop Viktor Ahlgren

E3G
1 week, 6 days ago 31 1

Today, during the COP27 Decarbonisation day, E3G and Agora Energiewende are launching a new briefing on the role of G7 in accelerating the industrial decarbonisation globally. https://lnkd.in/e2Bk6Pq6

G7 leaders committed to establishing a “Climate Club” by the end of 2022. As a signal of leading by example and decarbonising their industries, this is a welcome development. However, the idea currently lacks focus, clarity and a vision for a way forward.

This new briefing, written by Domien Vangenechten, Oliver Sartor, PhD and Aylin Shawkat sets out a vision for operationalising the three pillars in the G7’s proposal, within the framing of a more inclusive climate “alliance”. It aims to address the gaps and risks in the international industrial decarbonisation landscape today, including:
·        First-mover countries’ concerns about carbon leakage.
·        Tendencies towards protectionism in green industrial policy 

Read the new briefing here https://lnkd.in/e2Bk6Pq6
#G7 #ClimateClub #E3G #Decarbonisation #Decarbonization #Industry #COP27 #ClimateChange #co2 #emissions Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), Federal Ministry for Economics and Climate Action, Mohammed Chahim, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)

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