EU Environmental Diplomacy in G7/G20 Conferences
The G7 and G20 conferences are two multilateral fora for mutual exchange between the world largest economies. For the European Union, the congresses are particularly important to push for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and to enhance international environmental protection. In this project, Ecologic Institute supports the European Commission in strengthening the voice of the EU in the negotiations. The team provides expert advice for EU position development on resource efficiency, circular economy, marine waste, plastics and sustainable finance.
The consortium of GIZ, IEEP, Adelphi, IDDRI, IISD and Ecologic Institute uses its long-standing expertise to help the Commission in assessing relevant ongoing G7/G20 processes and contribute to successful outcomes through dissemination of information and dialogue. In particular, the team supports the following G7/G20 processes:
- G7 Alliance on Resource Efficiency,
- Toyama Framework on Material Cycles,
- Bologna Roadmap,
- G20 Resource Efficiency Dialogue,
- G7 Action Plan to Combat Marine Litter,
- G20 Action Plan on Marine Litter,
- G20 Green Finance Study Group.