How the EU can act as a global standard-setter for post-2020 climate finance reporting

Global transition

As the world’s largest international climate finance contributor, the EU should lead the way in clear, transparent and coherent accountability standards and reporting requirements.

This briefing sets out how the EU can develop its internal climate finance reporting rules in accordance with the reporting requirements agreed upon under the UNFCCC and the Paris Agreement as an opportunity to build on current best practice, and set standards internationally.

CAN Europe Governance Regulation Climate Finance



EU Parliament Scoreboard​: Protectors, Procrastinators & Prehistoric Thinkers

New in-depth data research from five leading climate and environment organisations reveals that only a minority of MEPs during the 2019 – 2024 mandate acted to protect Europe’s climate, nature and air quality. The majority of MEPs acted instead as either procrastinators or prehistoric thinkers, delaying real action with patchy and inconsistent voting records, or worse, completely failing to rise to the challenge of the crises Europe is facing.

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