Paris Climate Agreement Tracker

Climate data from federated states and regions are essential to the implementation of the Paris Agreement. Data advances analytical benchmarking, engagement tracking, and CDP management. In addition, it is fundamental to the Climate Group`s government networks, peer learning, policy innovation and the promotion of climate leadership. CDP is collaborating with The Climate Group to provide the first global platform for states and regions to measure, manage and disclose their greenhouse gas emissions. CDP and The Climate Group strongly believe in the crucial role played by government and regional governments in promoting climate action and providing sustainable economies that avoid dangerous climate change and lead to a world without net emissions. States and regions around the world are taking ambitious action on climate change, while building greater resilience and stronger economies. Our vision is a thriving economy that works for the long term for people and the planet. The Paris Agreement and changing market forces are pushing us to a turning point that will protect us from climate change. But to reach this point, we need critical changes in the areas of finance capital, politics, governance, innovation and ongoing measurement, transparency and accountability.

The Climate Action Tracker (CAT) is an independent scientific analysis that measures the measures taken by the state to combat the overall goal of keeping warming well below 2°C and continuing efforts to limit warming to 1.5°C. It is produced by two research organizations: Climate Analytics and NewClimate Institute. A 9.8% decrease from 1990 to 2030 levels. Serbia has also included a section on loss and damage – extreme weather and climate conditions have cost it €5 billion since 2000. Adaptation measures implemented between 2000 and 2015 cost some $US 68 million, it is said. It is the INDC. An unconditional reduction in emissions of 20% by 2030 compared to business as usual. A 30% discount is offered on the condition of international financing. This would correspond to an increase in emissions of 22% compared to 2010. It also sets out Peru`s position on the Paris Agreement. .

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