G20 Country Perspectives

G20 Country Perspectives

Our G20 Country Perspectives analyze domestic policies of individual G20 countries and give insight into national growth plans, emission reduction targets (NDC) and selected goals of the Agenda 2030 (SDGs). Guiding the analyzes is the question of whether and how these targets are implemented coherently. They are part of our feature on G20 and the G20 Summit in Germany.

Synopsis Paper of eight G20 Country Perspectives

This synopsis paper provides a summary and analysis of papers produced by the Heinrich Boell Foundation offices in eight countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico and South Africa. The scope of this synopsis is limited to these countries and focuses primarily on the need for a transition to renewable energy in the context of economic growth and climate change.

South Africa - Making the right energy choices

The South African government has unreservedly endorsed the SDGs, noting that the triple challenge of poverty, unemployment and inequality that they address is also the primary focus of the country. This e-paper will show how the SDGs are conceptually aligned to the South Africa’s National Development Plan.

Focus on G20: From Germany to Argentina

After Germany, the G20 presidency has now moved on to Argentina. Find everything you need to know about the G20: Infographics, in-depth analyses and facts about the Group of 20.