Limiting global warming to below 1.5°C has become an imperative of our times that can be met only by reducing the greenhouse gases emitted in the atmosphere. The Circular Carbon Economy (CCE) approach is an energy strategy that aims at reducing, reusing, recycling and removing carbon and it could play a critical role in advancing the hard-to-abate sectors towards carbon neutrality.
Luiz de Mello, Director, Economic Department, OECD; Lead Co-Chair, T20Italy TF2 on Climate Change, Sustainable Energy & Environment
John Kirton, Director, G20 Research Group, Canada; Co-chair T20Italy TF2 on Climate Change, Sustainable Energy & Environment
Yoshikazu Kobayashi, Senior Economist, Planning & Administration Unit, The Institute of Energy Economics (IEEJ), Japan
Manal Shehabi, KFAS-OIES Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, UK
Antonio Villafranca, ISPI Coordinator, T20 Italy; Director of Studies and Co-Head of the Center on Europe & Global Governance, ISPI