16 November | Sharm El-Sheikh and Online

Can Governments deliver consistent climate policies? The 2021 UNEP Production Gap Report finds that governments plan to produce more than twice the amount of fossil fuels in 2030 than is consistent with limiting warming to 1.5°C. This gap has remained largely unchanged since the first such analysis was published in 2019.

Fossil fuels account for over 75% of global greenhouse gas emissions and nearly 90% of all carbon dioxide emissions. From this perspective the oversupply of fossil fuels is integral to tackling climate change. This fact raises the question whether Governments should be obligated to make their fossil fuel production plans more transparent and integrated with their climate policies.

Richard Folland, our Policy and Governments affairs advisor at Carbon Tracker will be participating in this panel discussion moderated by Emma Kari.

Please note that a UNFCCC-accredited pass is required to attend this event.

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