History of Climate Agreements and the Need for a Global Climate Alliance - Multinational Development Policy Dialogue Brussels
As an initial pilot, the GCA Collaborative had conducted a steel sector decarbonisation workshop, drawing in policymakers, associations, businesses, and analysts from the sector. The SWGs must collaborate with a host of stakeholders, including businesses, governments, regulators, and civil society organisations among others.
Countries can work on their sectors of choice—those where they can maximise emissions reductions, given their capabilities and commitments. Through these sectoral working groups, countries motivated to reach climate neutrality in their core sectors—for instance, steel, aluminium, cement, fertilisers and automotive—can cooperate closely, including aligning decarbonisation pathways.
This paper summarises the lessons from the steel decarbonisation workshop, highlighting potential areas of cooperation between the steel sectors in India and the EU.