Join SEI for a detailed review of the 2021 Production Gap Report’s findings with leading experts on 21 October 2021 at 2pm BST.
Past editions of the Production Gap report have shown that governments across the world plan on extracting fossil fuels at a rate inconsistent with limiting warming to 1.5°C or 2°C.
This is the first comprehensive update of the production gap analysis since our 2019 assessment. The report also contrasts net-zero commitments and fossil fuel production plans and explores how governments worldwide are supporting fossil fuel production through their policies, investments, Covid-19 recovery measures and other mechanisms, as well as how some are beginning to discuss and enact policies towards a managed and equitable transition away from fossil fuel production. This year’s report features individual country profiles for 15 major fossil fuel-producing countries and a special chapter on the role of transparency in helping to address the production gap.
Tune into this virtual discussion by the report’s authors and other leading climate experts. A Q&A will follow the main presentation.
CSER Researcher, Natalie Jones contributed to the report.