Publications (Indonesia)

Paris Agreement Compatible Sectoral Benchmarks

While national emission trends are a useful tool for measuring government progress towards meeting the Paris Agreement 1.5˚C temperature limit at a global level, each government will have to address its own sectors, each with their own, different baseline. What should government sectoral benchmarks be? Will they meet the global read more...

Scaling up climate action in Indonesia

Ini adalah halaman publikasi lengkap dalam bahasa Inggris. Untuk siaran pers Bahasa Indonesia, klik di sini. This is the full publications page in english. For the Bahasa Indonesia press release, click here.Limiting global temperature increase to 1.5°C is highly relevant for Indonesia as, at 3% of global emissions (incl. LULUCF), read more...

Climate Governance in Indonesia

The CAT Climate Governance series seeks to produce a practical framework for assessing a government’s readiness - both from an institutional and governance point of view - to ratchet up climate policy and implement adequate transformational policies on the ground, to enable the required economy-wide transformation towards a zero emissions read more...

Climate Action Benchmarks: Mid-2018 analysis exploring the highest plausible ambition for countries and sectors

Supported by the ClimateWorks Foundation, the European Climate Foundation and the We Mean Business Coalition, this CAT report develops a set of climate action benchmarks for countries, sectors and subnational entities that a broad range of actors can use. Those benchmarks aim at helping users to assess if recent developments read more...

Paris Tango. Climate action so far in 2018: individual countries step forward, others backward, risking stranded coal assets

The Climate Action Tracker has updated our assessments of 23 of the 32 countries whose development on climate action we track.While some progress has been made since November, most governments’ policies are still not on track towards meeting their Paris Agreement commitments, many of which are in themselves far from read more...

The Coal Gap: planned coal-fired power plants inconsistent with 2°C and threaten achievement of INDCs

If all coal plants in the pipeline were to be built, by 2030, emissions from coal power would be 400% higher than what is consistent with a 2°C pathway, according to a new analysis released by the Climate Action Tracker at the Paris Climate Summit today.Even with no new construction, read more...

G20 - all INDCs in, but large Gap remains

The 2015 G20 Summit, (Turkey, 15-16 November) will see Heads of State and Government meet to discuss, among other issues, development, energy and climate change finance.All G20 members have presented their “intended nationally determined contributions” or INDCs, to the UNFCCC for the Paris Agreement. The Climate Action Tracker (CAT) has read more...

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