G20 summit will take place in the holiday paradise of Bali from November 15 to November 16, 2022. Host country Indonesia has an ambitious strategy for the tourism sector: “Ten new Balis” are to be built. Satellite images from the neighboring island of Lombok show how vehemently investors and authorities are pushing through the mega-projects.“… Continue reading Wirtschafts Woche: While climate protection is being talked about, a new hotspot for mass tourism is being developed
Download briefing as pdf here March 2022 China’s pledge to stop building new coal-fired power plants abroad, announced during the UN General Assembly in September 2021 – and reiterated during a EU-China dialogue on climate in October 2021 – was met with enthusiasm. Yet, half a year later, little is known about the extent of… Continue reading China’s 2021 “international coal-exit’’ pledge: a transparency problem
G20 nations including China have agreed to ending public financing for international coal-fired power projects this year, following on from similar commitments by the G7 and the OECD. China, the world’s top financier for the construction of international coal-fired power projects, still currently has over 1.7 GW of planned coal-fired power plants and the 350 MW Kostolac B3 coal-fired power project under construction in the Western Balkan countries in Southeast Europe… Continue Reading
Copenhagen, 27 October 2021:- China must provide clarity on whether its “international new coal projects exit” covers existing projects during this weekend’s G20 gathering in Rome, or run the risk of building outdated, unwanted climate-warming coal-fired electricity capacity, according to Just Finance International. The commitment to exit coal projects was made by Chinese leader Xi… Continue reading G20 Is Opportunity for China to Make Good on its Coal Phase-out Promise – Just Finance International
Every year, G20 countries give tens of billions of taxpayer-backed money to the fossil fuel industry via secretive government agencies known as Export Credit Agencies (ECAs). We can’t address the climate crisis effectively if our governments continue to prop up fossil fuels. Continue Reading
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Von Wawa Wang, Senior Advisor to VedvarendeEnergi Anfang Juni dieser Woche trafen sich die EU und China, um Differenzen auszuräumen, unter anderem, wie EU-Vizepräsident Josep Borrell es ausdrückte, die „systemische Rivalität“ zwischen der EU und China. Chinas Botschafter bei der EU hingegen sagte ohne Umschweife, dass es keinen „grundlegenden Unterschied“ zwischen beiden gibt. Angesichts der… Continue reading „Neue Seidenstrasse“ in Südosteuropa: Klimaschutzmaßnahmen mit chinesischen Merkmalen?
To meet China’s targets to slash emissions of carbon dioxide, authorities are pushing to shut down privately owned steel, coal, and other high-polluting factories scattered across rural areas. Read the article in full: Foreign Policy