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26th November 2015

Comparison between Climate Action Tracker and Climate Interactive assessments

The Climate Action Tracker estimates a “best-guess” (median) global warming by 2100 of 2.7°C above pre-industrial, based on its assessment of pledges and policies in INDCs from 1 October… More...


Comparison between Climate Action Tracker and MIT “Energy and Climate Outlook 2015” assessments

Comparison Between Climate Action Tracker and the MIT “Energy and Climate Outlook” of the effect of INDCs on warming

The Climate Action Tracker estimates a median global warming of 2.7°C above… More...


What do the CAT, UNFCCC Synthesis Report and the UNEP 2015 Emissions Gap report say about the prospects of limiting warming to below 2°C and 1.5°C from INDC levels for 2025 and 2030?

The Climate Action Tracker (CAT), the UNFCCC Synthesis Report and the UNEP 2015 Emissions Gap Report (EGR) (to which the CAT had an input) estimate global emission levels by… More...


Lomborg misses the turn

A recent study by Bjorn Lomborg found that the combined Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) Governments have submitted to the UNFCCC are only sufficient to reduce warming by 0.017 to… More...

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