Policy Brief
A carbon management system of innovation: Towards a circular carbon economy
Alma Alhusseini (King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC)), Liubov Yaroshenko (En+ Group), Maroua Benlahrech (Qatar University), Masakazu Toyoda (Institute of Energy Economics, Japan), Mashael S. Alshalan (Aeon Collective), Noura T. Al-Saud (Aeon Collective), Noura Y. Mansouri (King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC)), Radia Sedaoui (Economic Commission of Western Asia (UN-ESCWA)), Yoshikazu Kobayashi (Institute of Energy Economics, Japan)
Global Solutions Hub
What can the G20 do to promote a circular carbon economy?
It is increasingly clear that to stay within the limits agreed with the Paris Agreement, all possible climate mitigation options and pathways must be seriously considered. The need to substantially reduce CO2 emissions, including in “hard to abate” sectors, raises the interest in mitigation options such as storing or (re-using) CO2 emissions, or using biomass ... Read more
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Summit Round-Up: Closing Panel – Chapter 4
In the closing panel of the Global Solutions Summit 2020, panelists look back at the key moments and highlight the crucial takeaways and policy recommendations for the G20. Policy responses to the pandemic, ideas on the future of multilateralism, mitigating climate change, and addressing the social challenges associated digitalization are in the spotlight of this ... Read more
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What can the G20 do: Circular carbon economy
It is increasingly clear that to stay within the limits agreed with the Paris Agreement, all possible climate mitigation options and pathways must be seriously considered. The need to substantially reduce CO2 emissions, including in “hard to abate” sectors, raises the interest in mitigation options such as storing or (re-using) CO2 emissions, or using biomass ... Read more
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Keynote by Khalid Abuleif
It is increasingly clear that to stay within the limits agreed with the Paris Agreement, all possible climate mitigation options and pathways must be seriously considered. The need to substantially reduce CO2 emissions, including in “hard to abate” sectors, raises the interest in mitigation options such as storing or (re-using) CO2 emissions, or using biomass ... Read more

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