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CAT global update: Without more action, warming could reach 1.5˚C by 2035, 2˚C by 2053, 3.2˚C by 2100

Government climate policies globally are likely to lead to a breaching of the 1.5degree warming limit by 2035, 2 degrees by 2053 and a total warming of 3.2 degrees by the end of the century, the Climate Action Tracker (CAT) warned today in its latest update.This projection is based on read more...

Informe - Argentina tiene un enorme potencial para convertirse en líder mundial en acción climática

Argentina podría reducir sus emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero (GEI) hasta un 94% por debajo de los niveles de 2014 para 2050 en tres sectores clave: electricidad, edificios residenciales y transporte terrestre de pasajeros y mercancías, lo que la colocaría en el buen camino para convertirse en líder mundial read more...

Report - Argentina has huge potential to become global frontrunner on climate action

Argentina could reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by up to 94% below 2014 levels by 2050 in three key sectors: electricity, residential buildings and land-based passenger and freight transport, setting it well on the way to becoming a global frontrunner in an ambitious energy transition, according to an analysis released read more...

Mid-year update: Climate crisis demands more government action as emissions rise

Bonn - 19 June 2019 -- Amid growing public concern as climate impacts start to bite, governments must take bold action to address the rise in greenhouse gas emissions, but most of them are not, said the Climate Action Tracker at the Bonn climate talks today, as it released its read more...

Decarbonisation data portal relaunch

The CAT has launched our newly redesigned decarbonisation data portal. The new design improves user-friendliness and makes our extensive dataset even more accessible. Look out for updated data coming summer 2019!The data portal is dedicated to tracking the underlying drivers of greenhouse gas emissions. It’s clear that to stay within read more...

The "transformation points" towards decarbonisation

The latest paper in our decarbonisation series looks at the high-speed, large-scale transformations that must be achieved on the way to the zero-carbon future required to meet the Paris Agreement’s 1.5˚C warming limit.Reaching a “transformation point”—the moment when new technologies, behaviours or market models achieve critical mass and take off—can read more...

CAT annual update: Climate policies on rise, but government climate action doesn’t change projected warming

If all governments achieve their largely insufficient climate targets, the world will see 3.0˚C of warming by 2100, twice the 1.5˚C limit they agreed in Paris three years ago, according to the Climate Action Tracker’s annual update, delivered today at the climate talks in Katowice, Poland. However, there has been read more...

Report - The EU can more than halve emissions by 2030 by acting in just three sectors

The European Union could reduce its emissions by more than 50% by 2030 compared to 1990 by scaling up climate action in just three sectors: electricity supply, residential buildings and passenger road transport, according to a new analysis released today by the Climate Action Tracker. These three sectors account for read more...

Huge potential for South Africa’s energy transition by decarbonising power, transport and buildings: report

28 November 2018—South Africa has the potential to significantly reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by scaling up climate action in just three sectors, with positive impacts on access to urban mobility, improved housing and new employment opportunities, says a new analysis released today. The three sectors—covering 50% of South read more...

Climate Action Tracker at COP24

The Climate Action Tracker will be active at COP24; here is an overview of our events and outputs.We look forward to seeing you in Katowice! December 6, 10:00–10:30, Press Conference Room Katowice. Press Conference: Launch of EU Scaling Up Climate Action report. All welcome.December 6, 16:00–16:45, South Africa Pavilion (H9). read more...

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