Glasgow has a credibility gap between talk and action. In this briefing, the Climate Action Tracker (CAT) has calculated that if all governments met their 2030 targets, we would have 2.4˚C of warming in 2100. But right now, current policies put us at 2.7˚C. Read More
MDBs Pledged to Align Financial Flows with the Paris Agreement. They’re Not There Yet Read More
The 2021 NDC Update report discusses the progressions of updated NDCs and discusses the potential of subnational actors to raise ambition and implement ambitious climate action. Read More
Tracking climate mitigation efforts in 30 major emitters. Read More
The State of Climate Action 2021 identifies 40 indicators across key sectors that must transform to address the climate crisis, and assesses how current trends will impact how much work remains to be done by 2030 and 2050 to deliver a zero-carbon world in time. Read More
In this report, the Climate Action Tracker (CAT) explores several sets of scenarios for the evolution of the passenger vehicle stock in China, in order to inform on emission reduction and electricity demand implications. Read More
This briefing provides an overview of the development in climate action over the last year and illustrates the new CAT assessment of the countries we analyse, based on our updated method. Read More
To limit global warming to well under two degrees, the global economy needs to undergo system-wide changes. Finance has a critical role to play. Current inaction continues to lead to inefficient capital allocation, undermining efforts towards decarbonisation and financial stability. Read More
Niklas Höhne stellte auf der Auftaktpressekonferenz zum 12. Petersberger Klimadialog das neueste Global Update des Climate Action Trackers vor.
Climate action announcements at US President Biden’s Leaders Summit on Climate, together with those announced since September last year, have improved the Climate Action Tracker’s warming estimate by 0.2°C. End of century warming from these Paris Agreement pledges and targets is now estimated to be 2.4°C. Read More
We propose three things development banks can do to align their financing through financial intermediaries with the Paris Agreement. Read More
The research looks at how cost reductions for renewable energy technologies impact energy planning and climate policy in Argentina, including in the NDC process. Read More
A discussion of using aspects of carbon market mechanisms for results based finance in the Paris era, including challenges, some solutions, and a potential niche role going forward. Read More
Durante este webinar se han presentado y discutido opciones para la preparación de estrategias de desarrollo bajo en emisiones de GEI en el contexto de la recuperación económica tras la pandemia de COVID-19.
This report analyses how the role of sustainable development can be strengthened in the process of further designing the mechanisms under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement. Read More
Esta guía ofrece recomendaciones a los tomadores de decisiones sobre cómo abordar la elaboración de una LTS o estrategia a largo plazo para un desarrollo bajo en emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero, dadas las circunstancias singulares de cada país en 2020, y de las futuras revisiones de la misma. Read More
The recent wave of net zero targets has put the Paris Agreement’s 1.5°C within striking distance. In this briefing, the Climate Action Tracker (CAT) has calculated that global warming by 2100 could be as low as 2.1°C as a result of all the net zero pledges announced as of November 2020. Read More
At this virtual event, we presented and discussed guidance for the development of long-term low GHG emission development strategies, in the context of economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
We critically assess options for the voluntary carbon market and offer a set of recommendations, heading into the Paris era. Read More
The European transport sector is the laggard of sectoral transformations, but it should not stand in the way of a more ambitious EU Climate Law. Our latest blogpost recommends policies that could reach a 65% emission reduction by 2030. Read More