Climate Reports Carbon Talk
Total: 27
  • 2024
    English Chinese

    2024 Photovoltaic Listed Company Climate Action CATI Index Evaluation Report

    IPE and PECC released the first year’s Climate Action CATI evaluation results of the photovoltaic (PV) listed company. The report indicates that many PV listed companies are actively responding to the requirements of the dual-carbon policy, implementing energy-saving and emission reduction projects, and carrying out green transformation along the industrial chain. Report also suggests that the majority of PV listed companies need to benchmark themselves against industrial leaders to improve corporate and supply chain climate governance. We thus call for multi-stakeholders to jointly advance the zero carbon supply chains in the PV industry.
    Publication Date:2024-05-10
  • 2024
    English Chinese

    Listed Company Climate Action CATI Index 2023 Evaluation Report

    The Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE) released the evaluation results of the 2023 Listed Company Climate Action CATI Index. The report indicates that overall China's listed companies have made progress in climate action. IPE believes that this 2023 CATI evaluation is a systematic background investigation before the release of the new rules on listed company ESG information disclosure, and to a certain extent, reflects the "baseline" of climate disclosure of listed companies.
    Publication Date:2024-02-20
  • 2023

    China's Pragmatic Actions to Address Global Climate Change

    The Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences (CRAES), the Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE) and Friends of the Earth (HK) have set up a joint research team to study and publish the report China's Pragmatic Actions to Address Global Climate Change. By taking stock of the ten major actions taken by China to respond to climate change and fulfil the carbon peaking and neutrality commitment, the research team analyzed how the nation has developed a top-level design centered on the formulation of the "1+N" policy system, formed an overall strategy to actively and steadily promote carbon neutrality, and guided the participation of the provinces and cities, industrial sectors and the wider society to carry out pragmatic emission reduction measures. The research team believes that China has made positive progress in the implementation of the "dual carbon" commitment and the Paris Agreement, and that there is significant potential for accelerated progress.
    Publication Date:2023-12-06
  • 2023

    China's Pragmatic Actions to Address Global Climate Change (Executive Summary)

    The Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences (CRAES), the Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE) and Friends of the Earth (HK) have set up a joint research team to study and publish the report China's Pragmatic Actions to Address Global Climate Change. By taking stock of the ten major actions taken by China to respond to climate change and fulfil the carbon peaking and neutrality commitment, the research team analyzed how the nation has developed a top-level design centered on the formulation of the "1+N" policy system, formed an overall strategy to actively and steadily promote carbon neutrality, and guided the participation of the provinces and cities, industrial sectors and the wider society to carry out pragmatic emission reduction measures. The research team believes that China has made positive progress in the implementation of the "dual carbon" commitment and the Paris Agreement, and that there is significant potential for accelerated progress.
    Publication Date:2023-12-05
  • 2023

    The China's Solar+Reimagination

    The "1kW Per Capita Solar Installations" Project aims to accelerate “Solar+” expansion in China and bring on board more partners and champions to collectively “light” a global clean, green, nature positive, and smart revolution with solar energy.
    Publication Date:2023-12-04
  • 2023

    2023 Supply Chain Climate Action CATI Evaluation Report

    October 19, 2023 - The Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE) published the 6th annual Corporate Climate Action CATI evaluation report in Beijing. The report shows that companies in China and overseas are accelerating their climate actions under the pressing global climate situation.
    Publication Date:2023-10-19
  • 2023

    Chinese City Carbon Peak and Carbon Neutrality Index Summary Report(2021-2022)

    The "Chinese City Carbon Peak and Carbon Neutrality Index Summary Report (2021-2022)" systematically evaluate the development of “dual carbon” action within 110 Chinese cities through three dimensions, climate ambition, low-carbon status, and emission reduction trends. The results indicate that Shenzhen is on the top of the list, followed by Chengdu and Qingdao. The rest of the top ten cities are Beijing, Ningbo, Wuhan, Xiamen, Kunming, Shanghai and Guangzhou. Ningbo, Yancheng, Jiangmen and Weihai have made improvements when comparing the score last year. The score of Lianyungang and Wenzhou drops and Yulin, Ma’anshan, Rizhao, Wuhu and Jincheng have low rankings.
    Publication Date:2023-07-26
  • 2023

    Briefing Note on Calculating Emission Reductions from Individual Daily Activities

    To guide the public in practicing a low-carbon lifestyle, IPE has developed a Form for Calculating Emission Reductions from Individual Daily Activities based on extensive research and analysis, which covers 41 common low-carbon behaviors.
    Publication Date:2023-07-20
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