1.5°C consistent benchmarks for the United States future NDC
If the Biden Administration wants the US to be a climate leader, its new 2030 Paris Agreement target should aim for national emissions reductions of at least 57-63% below 2005 levels
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1.5°C consistent benchmarks for Japan's NDC
Economy-wide and sector-level benchmarks in 2030 and beyond, consistent with the Paris Agreement’s long-term 1.5°C warming limit
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Global Update - Paris Agreement Turning Point
Read our briefing on how net zero targets would bring warming to 2.1°C
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Climate Target Update Tracker
We will be tracking governments as they update their Paris Agreement targets, and calling out those who are not planning to do so.
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Climate Governance Series
Read our new analysis for Ethiopia and our updated assessment of Kenya and South Africa
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Country updates
The latest country assessment updates for Bhutan, The Gambia, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Nepal, Peru, the Philippines, Switzerland, UAE and Viet Nam are now available.
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Scaling up Climate Action: Australia
Australia can move to net-zero emissions by 2050 and would benefit from it: Read our latest report.
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Paris Agreement Compatible Sectoral Benchmarks
What should sectoral benchmarks be for different governments and different baselines? Will they meet the global carbon budget?
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CAT Analysis - Response to COVID 19 Pandemic
How green economic stimulus packages can be designed to help the post COVID-19 emissions curve?
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Scaling Up Climate Action Series
Read our analysis for Argentina, Australia, the European Union, Indonesia, South Africa and Turkey on each countries potential to ramp up emissions reduction efforts and which sectors they should focus their attention on.
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CAT Decarbonisation series
How can each sector transform to achieve the emissions reductions required under the Paris Agreement?
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The Climate Action Tracker (CAT) is an independent scientific analysis produced by two research organisations tracking climate action since 2009. We track progress towards the globally agreed aim of holding warming well below 2°C, and pursuing efforts to limit warming to 1.5°C.

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