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G7 Financial Ministerial: the critical role of transition plans and the need for a systemic approach to finance

May 2024
G7 finance and climate tracks should align their strategy, find a common position and support a systemic approach to defining and financing national transition plans. Such a systemic approach developed by G7 is critical to give confidence, build trust and inform next set of finance and climate decisions at COP29 and COP30 on the New Collective Quantified Goal on Climate Finance (NCQG) and the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs).

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Italian G7 Presidency: the critical role of Transition Plans and the need for a systemic approach to finance

May 2024
Given the imperative to mobilize private investment at the scale required to address climate change, the effective deployment of funding, policies, and frameworks becomes paramount. In this context, it is imperative to place Transition Plans (TPs) at the heart of the G7 finance agenda as primary tools to re-orient and re-design private and public choices towards resilient and sustainable economic systems.

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A European sovereign fund for the climate transition

May 2024
For the European Union, the estimated investment needed to implement the Green Deal would require a total annual investment in the 2021-2030 period of approximately 1,285 billion per year, equal to 8% of GDP of the EU in 2022. The setting up of a European energy and climate fund is therefore legally and technically feasible, and should be a decisive theme of political debate, particularly in light of the upcoming European Parliamentary elections and the renewal of the Commission.

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The investment imperative and the debt roadblock: proposals for the G7

February 2024
This policy briefing, prepared by ECCO and E3G, examines the relationship between debt and climate at a pivotal moment for transforming the international financial architecture and for ensuring finance flows towards climate growth opportunities. Italy can play a key role in shaping a more resilient and sustainable future for Africa through both its G7 Presidency and the Mattei Plan.

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A fair share of climate finance? The adaptation edition

November 2023
The report developed by ODI to which this briefing refers - 'A fair share of climate finance? The adaptation edition' - looks at the climate finance provided in 2021 to evaluate each country’s progress against the $100 billion goal. In addition, we produce new evidence to evaluate each country’s adaptation finance provision against the aim of at least doubling adaptation finance from 2019 levels by 2025, which we set at $40 billion – double the $20 billion reported in 2019.

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How much investment is needed for the decarbonisation of the Italian economy?

September 2023
WRITTEN BYMario Noera et al.
A propaedeutic analysis for the revision of the National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP). Estimates of the total investment that Italy needs in order to align with the new European Fit-for-55 targets range between an average of EUR 122 and EUR 134 billion per year. The additional investments needed are therefore EUR 30-42 billion per year higher than estimated in the NECP (2019), and 2-3 times higher than the amount allocated in the NRRP for the green transition in the 2021-26 five-year period (an average of EUR 14.4 billion per year).

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Italy ahead of the G20 and Cop26

October 2021
Ahead of the G20 Heads of State and Government Summit in Rome and COP26 in Glasgow, we analysed and identified Italy's climate finance commitments.

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