The ”Limiting Global Warming to 1.5 °C: Renewable Target Mapping for the G20” report by the Foundations Platform F20 and the University of Technology Sydney, and supported by the organisation One Earth, derives evidence-based renewable energy targets and policy recommendations for the G20 up to 2030.
This policy briefing, lead-authored by Dr. Matthias Kroll (World Future Council, WFC) and co-authored by Stefan Schurig (Foundations Platform F20), analyses on which way a sum of around $300bn of the newly created SDRs could be rechannelled from the North to the South in form of grants (not loans) to finance COVID-19 recovery and climate action.
The Nexus Report, lead-authored by Charles Barber (World Resources Institute) and commissioned by the Foundations Platform F20 and its partners Wyss Campaign for Nature (USA) and SEE Foundation (China) stresses the pivotal role of Nature-based Solutions in addressing the crisis of biodiversity loss, climate change and global pandemics.
New report highlights unprecedented amount of infrastructure investments putting sustainable development and climate at cross roads
During the G20 summit 2017 in Hamburg, Germany, the F20 Platform directly addressed the G20 heads of state with its report and urged them to accelerate the implementation of the Paris Agreement.