Policy action

Sharing policy innovation and success to accelerate the transition to a net zero economy.

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Policy & knowledge sharing

We support the most ambitious state and regional governments around the world to develop and implement climate policies that are consistent with keeping global average temperature increase well below 2°C.

Learning from one another accelerates policy adoption and improves implementation by raising awareness of what has and hasn’t worked around the world. It also builds strong inter-governmental relationships, which can lead to collaborative partnerships.

We make this happen by facilitating government-to-government peer learning and by connecting policymakers to essential information and resources.  

Our policy projects

01.

Industry Transition Platform

The Industry Transition Platform works with governments from highly-industrialised regions to develop strategies to cut industry emissions while supporting growth, job creation and prosperity. 

02.

Methane Project

The Under2 Coalition Methane Project is a forum for state and regional governments around the world to share effective ways to reduce methane emissions, beginning with a focus on the oil and gas sector.

03.

ZEV Community

The ZEV Community (Zero Emission Vehicles) brings together all levels of governments to share and learn about exciting ZEV initiatives taking place around the world.

Green recovery

Green recovery

The benefits of a more sustainable recovery are unquestionable: providing long-term economic benefits, boosting employment, setting the world on a low-carbon path, increasing resilience, and creating a healthier and more just world. 

We’re working with leading states and regions to support a comprehensive and systemic transformation towards a safer, more prosperous and just world for all.

Find out more about our green recovery work

Policy action case studies & publications

We conduct targeted research on global state and regional climate action, innovative climate policy models and global best practices. 

For more information, contact

Libby Ferguson, Director of Policy and Knowledge, the Climate Group