is a new network of parliamentarians
dedicated to upscaling renewable energy solutions

The Issue

We are not on track to mitigate the catastrophic effects of climate change. Legislators are vital key players in catalysing the necessary transition towards renewable energy.

The GRC

We are a global cross-party platform facilitating peer-to-peer dialogues between and with legislators on the rapid deployment of renewable energy solutions.

Get Involved

We invite current and former legislators from national and regional parliaments to join! Use our network to get topical support, policy briefings and peer-to-peer exchange.

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IPCC WG III Report: Mitigation of Climate Change – Virtual dialogue on the role of renewable energy

On the occasion of the release of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report on mitigation of climate change in April 2022, the Global Renewables Congress and its partner organisation Bread for the World brought together representatives from parliament, civil society and the newly elected German government. Together, participants discussed the implications of the report on the global energy transformation and the role Germany plays internationally in supporting vulnerable countries to maximise the benefits of the transformation. The virtual meeting on 6th April 2022 was closed and therefore this summary does neither contain names nor affiliations. It was stressed

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IPCC WG III Report: Mitigation of Climate Change – Virtual dialogue on the role of renewable energy

On the occasion of the release of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report on mitigation of climate change in April 2022, the Global Renewables Congress and its partner organisation Bread for the World brought together representatives from parliament, civil society and the newly elected German government. Together, participants discussed the implications of the report on the global energy transformation and the role Germany plays internationally in supporting vulnerable countries to maximise the benefits of the transformation. The virtual meeting on 6th April 2022 was closed and therefore this summary does neither contain names nor affiliations. It was stressed

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