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[Financiando un futuro sostenible 🌎] Así se vivió la tercera fecha de Foro Latam 2022, en la que exploramos los avances y oportunidades de las inversiones climáticas en la región. 🙌

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Evento coorganizado con Libélula Cambio Climático | en alianza con | FTDT Cambio Climático | NewClimate Institute | | CCAP | Transforma Global | Iniciativa Climática de México | | con el apoyo de DP World | Toyota Perú | | Statkraft Perú | Grupo ISM
El proyecto busca ofrecer evidencia para apoyar la creación de condiciones habilitantes para la rápida descarbonización de las economías de Argentina, Brasil y Perú; promoviendo que los flujos de financiamiento sean coherentes con un desarrollo resiliente al clima y bajo en carbono. 🌎🙌

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¿Sabes por qué el financiamiento es clave para la transición a modelos económicos circulares y sostenibles? 🤔 ♻️

Las empresas son actores claves en la construcción de un futuro sostenible y resiliente, por ende, analizar y proponer soluciones, innovaciones y nuevos modelos para una economía sostenible en Latinoamérica, es fundamental para lograr acciones transformativas frente al cambio climático. 🌎

No pierdas la oportunidad de conocer casos de éxito de financiamiento climático en la región latinoamericana, a través de expertos y líderes que impulsan este cambio hacia el desarrollo sostenible. 🏢🌿⁣

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🏅 Toma en cuenta que, junto a UNITAR, Libélula Cambio Climático, Nexos+1 y Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja - UTPL entregaremos un certificado de participación.

Continuamos con nuestro compromiso en potenciar el desarrollo sostenible.

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Este evento es posible gracias a: DP World | Toyota Perú | | Statkraft Perú

En alianza con: | FTDT Cambio Climático | NewClimate Institute | | LEDS LAC | 3vectores | Juntosxlatierra Oficial | Bioguia | Perú Sostenible | Cámara de Comercio Peruano Británica | matteria | Gremio Nacional de Emprendimientos Sostenibles del Perú - Genes Perú | www.economiaverde.pe | KAS Seguridad Energética y Cambio Climático en América Latina | Camara de Comercio Suiza en el Peru | Transforma Global | Iniciativa Climática de México | Green Finance LAC | IPEGES. | Chile Green Building Council| Corresponsables ⁣

Te invitamos a , el foro más importante sobre acción climática empresarial en Latinoamérica. 🌎🙌

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Este evento es posible gracias a: DP World | Toyota Perú | | Statkraft Perú

En alianza con: | FTDT Cambio Climático | NewClimate Institute | | LEDS LAC | 3vectores | Sistema B | Juntosxlatierra Oficial | Bioguia | Perú Sostenible | Cámara de Comercio Peruano Británica | matteria | Gremio Nacional de Emprendimientos Sostenibles del Perú - Genes Perú | www.economiaverde.pe | KAS Seguridad Energética y Cambio Climático en América Latina | Camara de Comercio Suiza en el Peru | Transforma Global | Iniciativa Climática de México | Green Finance LAC | IPEGES. | Chile Green Building Council
💻 Forma parte de una experiencia virtual única: nexos+1 Foro Latam 2022, el evento más importante de acción climática empresarial de la región. 🏢🌿

Conoce las herramientas, información estratégica y casos de éxito que te guiarán en la transformación de tu organización. 💪

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En alianza con: | FTDT - Fast Track Driving Test | NewClimate Institute | | LEDS LAC | 3vectores | Juntosxlatierra Oficial | Bioguia | Perú Sostenible | Cámara de Comercio Peruano Británica | matteria | | www.economiaverde.pe | Gaming With Eklas | Swiss Defender
Estreia especial do nosso mais novo colunista, Gustavo Pinheiro, coordenador de Economia de Baixo Carbono do Instituto Clima e Sociedade (iCS)! 😉👏

Em sua , ele avalia os acordos de neutralidade de firmados por CEOs de todas as partes do mundo e grandes empresas brasileiras durante a COP26.

Um estudo produzido pelo NewClimate Institute em parceria com o Carbon Market Watch avaliou a transparência e integridade dos compromissos de 25 empresas de atuação global, incluindo as brasileiras Vale e JBS. Venha conferir! 🌍🌍

Estamos en un momento decisivo para transformar nuestra forma de hacer negocios para asegurar la sostenibiliad y resiliencia de los mismos 🏢🌿. Conoce en Foro Latam 2022, a las empresas que están liderando esta transición y motivando a otros actores a sumarse.

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New analysis by NewClimate Institute has found that many companies that have publicly vowed to reach "net-zero" emissions — including Amazon, Walmart, and Ikea — are not doing enough to "back up their promises." Based on this analysis, companies' existing net-zero plans would reduce emissions by an average of roughly 40%, "significant, but not enough to prevent the worsening effects of a warming planet": https://wapo.st/3LzpgJj via Washington Post
A new report from NewClimate Institute shows how corporate climate plans are flawed, misleading, and inadequate. Many of these plans:

🟢 Rely on carbon offsetting
🟢 Exclude emissions created through product use
🟢 Delay emissions reductions until deadline
Despite companies' net-zero pledges, a new report from the NewClimate Institute reveals many have committed to reducing emissions by less than 50% - not 100%.
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Após os resultados do primeiro Relatório de Monitorização da Responsabilidade Climática Corporativa, uma iniciativa do NewClimate Institute e da Carbon Market Watch, terem revelado que um conjunto de 25 grandes empresas fazem greenwashing, a associação ZERO informa, num comunicado, que foi enviada uma carta conjunta com várias recomendações para os decisores políticos da União Europeia (UE).
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Germany 05/09/2023

Germany Germany’s recent climate policies move emissions projections downwards, but the three-party coalition government remains significantly divided on comprehensive action across all sectors, putting the country’s climate targets in danger.

Corporate Climate Responsibility Monitor 2022 07/02/2022

Many companies are putting themselves at the forefront of climate action., but some of their climate pledges lack transparency and integrity: The "net zero" and "carbon neutral" climate pledges of 25 of the world’s largest companies in reality only commit to reduce their emissions by 40% on average, not 100% as suggested by the claims.

This is one of the key findings of the first edition of our Corporate Climate Responsibility Monitor launched today in collaboration with Carbon Market Watch. The CCRM evaluates 25 major companies – operating across different sectors and geographies – to determine the transparency and integrity of their headline climate pledges.

Companies’ climate pledges require detailed evaluation and in the majority of cases cannot be taken at face value, the report finds. Only one company’s net zero pledge was evaluated as having “reasonable integrity”. Many company pledges are undermined by contentious plans to reduce emissions elsewhere, hidden critical information and accounting tricks.

The 13 companies that have backed their net zero pledges with explicit reduction commitments commit, on average, to reduce emissions by only 40%. The other 12 have no specific emissions reduction commitments for their net zero target year. Collectively, the 25 companies specifically commit to reducing only less than 20% of their 2.7 GtCO2e emission footprint, by their respective headline target years.

The pledges of just 3 of 25 companies – Maersk, Vodafone and Deutsche Telekom – clearly commit to deep decarbonisation of over 90% of their full value chain emissions. At least five of the companies would only reduce their emissions by less than 15%, often by excluding downstream or upstream emissions in their value chain.

You can read the full report on our website: https://bit.ly/NewClimate_CCRM2022

Corporate Climate Responsibility Monitor 2022 The Corporate Climate Responsibility Monitor assesses the climate strategies of 25 major global companies.

Climate Change Performance Index 09/11/2021

OUT NOW: The Climate Change Performance Index 2022 just launched! The first three ranks remain vacant as no country is doing enough to limit global warming to 1.5°C. Denmark, Sweden and Norway lead the , together with the UK and Morocco: https://lnkd.in/d4nx7xyW

Australia, South Korea, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and Kazakhstan are among the worst performers, while the Netherlands and Greece are the biggest climbers since last year, while Latvia, Croatia, Belarus and Algeria have fallen down the rankings.

Developed together with Germanwatch e.V. and Climate Action Network-International the CCPI analyses and compares annually climate change mitigation efforts across 60 countries and four categories: GHG emissions, Renewable Energy, Energy Use and Climate Policy:

- On GHG emissions the top performers are the UK, Sweden and Mexico. Seven G20 countries receive a very low rating for their performance incl. Russia, Australia, the US and Canada.

- Scandinavian countries perform well thanks to their use of renewable energy. Norway stands out as the only country to be awarded a ‘very high’ RE energy rating. Iran and Russia are the worst-performing countries in this category.

- In the category Energy Use Ukraine, Colombia and Malta perform best and nearly all G20 countries show worse performance compared to last year’s CCPI.

- Luxemburg, Denmark and Morocco have the best climate policy rating of the 60 countries assessed. Worst performers in the category being Brazil, Algeria and Australia..

Overall, Australia, Kazakhstan, Russia, Saudi Arabia and South Korea are among the worst performers. Australia receives ‘very low’ ratings in every category and slips 4 places in the overall ranking.

Download the full report and explore the interactive graphs on the official CCPI website ➡️ https://ccpi.org/

Climate Change Performance Index No country performs well enough in all CCPI index categories to achieve an overall very high rating. The first three positions in the overall ranking therefore remain empty. This says a great deal.

04/10/2021

Our new analysis on decarbonising China's transport fleet. Without further action, China's light duty vehicles (LDV)could add a massive 700MtCO2e in emissions by 2050. BUT under our most ambitious 100% Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) & Renewable Electricity scenario, full modal share from BEVs, with a fully decarbonised power sector, China cld reduce carbon emissions from LDVs to zero, & emissions in the transport sector by 790 MtCO2/yr in 2050. Read the analysis here ==> https://bit.ly/CAT_CHN_EV

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Este 2 de diciembre participaremos en el “Haciendo Realidad las Estrategias de Desarrollo Bajo en Emisiones de GEI – Cómo desarrollar una LTS y los futuros ciclos de revisión”, con el fin de presentar y discutir desde la perspectiva de 🇨🇷 opciones para la preparación de estrategias de desarrollo bajo en emisiones de GEI en el contexto de la recuperación económica tras la pandemia de COVID-19. con NewClimate Institute

Registro bajo: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/6516050121842/WN_yoHD_eGxSPS5oZUu_eZITg

11/08/2020

Check out our new report on Paris Agreement-compatible benchmarks: we've derived 2030 & 2050 sectoral benchmarks for seven countries: Brazil, China, EU, India, Indonesia, SouthAfrica, the US and four sectors Power, Transport, Industry, Buildings: https://bit.ly/CAT_PSR1

29/06/2020

Do you already know our AIRPOLIM tool? We just launched the web-based interactive version of it on the AmbitionToAction website! It calculates the impacts of air pollution from coal-fired power generation on mortality to local populations for five different countries: https://ambitiontoaction.net/airpolim/

17/06/2020

Join our webinar next week to discuss the results of our latest analysis - on international shipping and aviation. June 25 at 1500 CET. Register here https://bit.ly/CAT_BunkersWebinar

Emissions: four times the work or one-third of the time (English) 04/03/2020

Even if the Paris Agreement’s emissions gap has widened significantly in the last 10 years, a fast growing number of countries, regions, cities and businesses show a transition away from fossil fuels: our comment in Nature http://bit.ly/NewClimate_Comment_Nature_Gap

A decade of insufficient political action on climate change means that nations must now do four times the work, or do the same in one-third of the time. But, the better news is that a rapidly growing number of countries, regions, cities and businesses are at least planning to completely phase out fossil fuels (Complementing overview of these actors: https://newclimate.org/ambitiousactions)

Direct link to the article: https://go.nature.com/3aoGqWO

Emissions: four times the work or one-third of the time (English) This comment published in “Nature” uses the last ten UNEP Emissions Gap Reports to show what a wasted decade means for the climate pact made in Paris.

The Climate Change Performance Index 2020 10/12/2019

Together with Germanwatch e.V. and Climate Action Network-International, we just launched the Climate Change Performance Index 2020 (for the first time including Chile). Sweden continues leading the ranking followed by Denmark and Morocco.

The index rates the climate change performance of 57 countries and the European Union in four categories: Emissions, renewables, energy use and climate policy. No country was very highly ranked in all categories.

Find the report here: http://bit.ly/NewClimate_CCPI_2020

For more information visit: https://www.climate-change-performance-index.org/.

The Climate Change Performance Index 2020 Developed by NewClimate Institute, Germanwatch and CAN, the index ties in with the global Climate Change Performance Index by Germanwatch, a rating of the 58 largest emitters of GHG emissions globally that has been published annually since 2006.

09/12/2019

Check out the new Update Report by NewClimate Institute & ECN launched at !
Theme of this report is the role of long-term low greenhouse gas emission development strategies (LTS) in achieving the Paris Agreement goal.
Key message: LTS are important to determine the highest possible ambition for the coming NDC Update and to signal a clear path for future Ambition Raising! 🆙🚀
Read it here 👉 bit.ly/33UvT26!

The Emissions Gap Report 2019: A UN Environment Synthesis Report 26/11/2019

"We find that in all areas, some actors are taking truly ambitious actions. [...] What is necessary now is a global rollout of the front runner examples."
- Niklas Höhne, NewClimate co-founder, on the publication of the Emissions Gap Report 2019

The United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI)'s annual "Emissions Gap Report" (with NewClimate contributions) analyses the gap between what countries are doing to mitigate chlimate change, and what would actually be needed. And the message of the latest issue is very clear: we need significantly more climate action from countries, cities, businesses and individuals to close the emissions gap and avoid missing the 1.5°C-target agreed upon in the Paris Agreement: http://bit.ly/NewClimate_Gap_2019

The Emissions Gap Report 2019: A UN Environment Synthesis Report This is the tenth edition of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Emissions Gap Report. It provides the latest assessment of scientific studies on current and estimated future greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and compares these with the emission levels permissible for the world to progress....

NewClimate Institute 13/11/2019

To support electricity sector planning in Kenya that enables climate targets and sustainable development goals (SDGs), we just published two analyses:

- The first one evaluates the potential of off-grid electricity generation through mini-grids and associated impacts on climate and sustainable development in Kenya: https://lnkd.in/d7npk7f

- The second one compares the role of the two main power generation technologies that are considered baseload electricity supply options in Kenya, coal and geothermal, in the country’s electricity sector and implications for sustainable development: https://lnkd.in/de3zEvY

The outputs were developed under the "Ambition to Action"-project and are also available on it's website: https://lnkd.in/dVxU9WM

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25/10/2019

Have you registered yet? The 33rd Käte Hamburger Lecture brings what is the need of the hour for policies- a sobering . Has the actually worked? David Victor (UC San Diego) tells us, with comments from Takeshi Kuramochi (NewClimate Institute) & Amanda Machin (Universität Witten/Herdecke). Register here, now- https://bit.ly/2pIxQA8

Global climate action from cities, regions and businesses - 2019 18/09/2019

What impact can cities, regions and businesses have on greenhouse gas emission cuts?

Climate action from cities, regions and businesses helps countries deliver and, in some cases, even over-achieve current national pledges under the Paris Agreement (NDCs). While not yet sufficient to stay below 1.5°C of global warming, which would be the desirable goal under this international climate treaty, non-state actors’ support can limit global warming to 2°C.

International Cooperative Initiatives (ICIs) can reduce global emissions in 2030 by 18 to 21 GtCO2e/year compared to current national policies if they fully achieve their goals. But they need the full support from national governments and others to do so.

And in addition to helping achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement, climate action by cities, regions and business can support the delivery of the ’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.

Read more in our new report with PBL Planbureau voor de Leefomgeving, Data-Driven EnviroPolicy Lab, Blavatnik School of Government & German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik: http://bit.ly/NewClimate_NSA_2019

Global climate action from cities, regions and businesses - 2019

The Ambition Call - European Union 09/08/2019

Ahead of the Climate Action Summit 2019, UN Secretary General António Guterres asked all countries to enhance their climate ambitions. We developed three concrete actions that the European Union can take to achieve this:

1) is to adopt a goal of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 at the latest and ratchet up the 2030 target in line with the Paris Agreement 1.5°C limit. Single EU members are already implementing this, but the measure needs to cover all of the EU!

2) is to adopt a goal of 100% sales of emission free cars by 2030. Although the EU set targets of 15% zero- and low-emission vehicles (ZLEV) by 2025 and 35% by 2030, these remain far away from the Paris Agreement requirements to ensure decarbonisation by 2050.

3) is a moratorium to stop expansion of gas infrastructure (pipelines and LNG ports). This is not only needed to meet the Paris Agreement's 1.5°C limit, but it is also realistic due to increasing competition from renewables.

In addition to the direct climate effects, we also looked into additional befits from these measures - e.g. business opportunities, or better public health - and how this aligns with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Read all about it here: http://bit.ly/NewClimate_AmbitionCall_EU

The Ambition Call - European Union

Saving time and resources by aligning climate planning processes 20/06/2019

Due to several different processes in global climate policy, countries have to address many requirements in their planning and reporting. But as they often overlap, governments can save a lot of time and resources by aligning and consolidating the different workstreams - read more about it in our new blog: http://bit.ly/NewClimate_Energy_Community_Blog

(based on a paper we published with Energy Community and GIZ, see the blogpost for the link)

Saving time and resources by aligning climate planning processes This blogpost shows how countries could consolidate multiple climate change planning processes and international climate commitments into one single process, ensuring efficiency and alignment.

A ten point agenda for delivering higher mitigation ambition 14/06/2019

In the Paris Agreement, all governments have committed to limiting global warming to well below 2°C, and even take efforts to limit it to 1.5°C. But at the moment, national policies are still far from being in line with this target – which makes it necessary that governments raise their mitigation ambition. Together with TNO and Climate Analytics, we compiled 10 hands-on points on how they can achieve this: http://bit.ly/NewClimate_Ten_Points_Agenda

A ten point agenda for delivering higher mitigation ambition The paper formulates 10 points for mitigation ambition and includes recommendations on ways to support ambition raising through international cooperation.

NewClimate Institute at the Bonn UNFCCC meetings in June 2019 13/06/2019

In four days starts the mid-year Climate Change Conference of the UNFCCC, the United Nations' climate branch. NewClimate Institute will be present at different events, and we also have several relevant publications for the conference - see our continuously updated blog for more information:

NewClimate Institute at the Bonn UNFCCC meetings in June 2019 From June 17 - 27, the Bonn Climate Change Conference SB 50 takes place. NewClimate Institute will be present with multiple events, and release several related publications. Find all information about it here.

Sector decarbonisation pathways from different angles: technology, modelling, politics 12/06/2019

It is crucial that governments start to seriously and coherently develop long-term sector strategies towards 2050 as new NDCs are considered and updated. Our new NDC update report with TNO focuses on the necessary decarbonisation strategies. It evaluates pressing mitigation choices for five key sectors (power, industry, transport, buildings, and agriculture, forestry and other land-use), describes the role that modelling and scenarios can have in translating global goals into feasible sectoral policies, and examines how political economy analysis can contribute to effective sectoral decarbonisation:

Sector decarbonisation pathways from different angles: technology, modelling, politics In this mid-year edition of the NDC Update Report, we focus on sector decarbonisation pathways. We discuss what it takes to think through the choices involved in shaping a Paris-compatible sector future from a number of different perspectives.

04/06/2019

Become a part of NewClimate Institute as communications / marketing intern!

Are you a Master's degree student in communications and interested in finding out what it's like to work for a Climate Policy thinktank? Apply now: http://bit.ly/NewClimate_Job_R-IN1901

20/05/2019

Das Thema Klimawandel ist Euch zu abstrakt, es fehlt ein verständlicher Einblick in internationale Klimapolitik? Dann habe ich gute Nachrichten zum Wochenende:

Den Vortrag „Das Klima und wir – Von der internationalen Klimadiskussion zum persönlichen Beitrag“ von Prof. Dr. Niklas Höhne (NewClimate Institute) könnt Ihr ab sofort kostenfrei nachhören:

https://www.brehl-backt.de/der-klimawandel-und-ich/

Gerne könnt Ihr mir etwas „Kleingeld“ via PayPal oder Banküberweisung in den virtuellen Hut werfen. Je mehr Leser freiwillig zahlen, umso mehr Beiträge kann ich für Euch veröffentlichen. Die Bezahlmöglichkeiten findet Ihr unterhalb des Beitrags bei „Brehl backt!“ - Vielen Dank!

Ein Preis auf CO2 – essenziell, aber allein nicht ausreichend 10/04/2019

"Ein CO2 Preis ist essenzieller Bestandteil einer ausgewogenen, sozial verträglichen Klimapolitik, aber nur mit einer am CO2-Gehalt ausgerichteten Steuerreform und unterstützenden Maßnahmen" - Beitrag von NewClimate-Geschäftsführer Niklas Höhne zum Klimakabinett: http://bit.ly/NewClimate_CO2-Preis

Ein Preis auf CO2 – essenziell, aber allein nicht ausreichend Klimawandel ist eines der größten Probleme unserer Zeit. Ein Preis auf CO2-Emissionen ist aus ökonomischer Sicht ein adäquates Mittel, die Verursacher zur Verantwortung zu ziehen und effizient den Ausstoß von Treibhausgasen dort zu reduzieren, wo es am günstigsten ist. Aber um die Wende in ein...

Setting a course for decarbonised shipping: An Eight Point Carbon Pricing Plan 01/04/2019

A climate levy can help steer international shipping towards decarbonisation. Here’s how to do it in 8 steps: http://bit.ly/NewClimate_IMO_blogpost

Setting a course for decarbonised shipping: An Eight Point Carbon Pricing Plan To achieve the temperature goals of the Paris Agreement, global emissions – including shipping – must peak as soon as possible and decline rapidly, reaching net-zero by around 2050. To help bring this about, this blog presents eight steps to guide the implementation of a levy for international s...

1,5°C: what Germany needs to do 14/03/2019

In this new report, we developed different pathways for Germany to pursue to be compatible with the ParisAgreement, and compared them to current national mitigation goals: http://bit.ly/NewClimate_Campact_EN

1,5°C: what Germany needs to do This short analysis develops possible pathways that Germany should pursue to be compatible with the Paris Agreement, and compares those pathways to current national mitigation goals. The document is in German, but an English summary is included in the report.

Robust eligibility restrictions for offset credits are needed for CORSIA to truly compensate for the growth in aviations carbon emissions 25/02/2019

Greenhouse gas emissions from international aviation continue to grow rapidly. The UN’s responsible body is working on a solution for this, but their current proposals might not actually reduce emissions: http://bit.ly/NewClimate_CORSIA_Blog

Robust eligibility restrictions for offset credits are needed for CORSIA to truly compensate for the growth in aviations carbon emissions If airlines are allowed to use all available offset credits certified by programmes such as the UN’s Clean Development Mechanism and other voluntary standard bodies under a new global scheme to address international aviation emissions, the scheme will not truly compensate the sector’s growing CO...

Realizing the promise of Paris: Roadmap to a safer climate 23/01/2019

Leading scientists from the IPCC issued a sobering report that limiting global warming to a 1.5°C increase will require “rapid and far-reaching” action. But there’s hope for progress, as our new report with NRDC shows: http://bit.ly/NewClimate_Paris_Roadmap

Realizing the promise of Paris: Roadmap to a safer climate NRDC and NewClimate Institute examined a realistic set of 24 actions to reduce climate pollution from key countries and sectors. Just 19 of these actions can put the world on track for an emissions pathway needed in 2030 to hold global warming to below 2°C.

Paris Agreement Rulebook: Huge achievement but alone grossly insufficient 18/12/2018

At COP24, this year's United Nations' Climate Conference, the countries agreed on a rulebook for the implementation of the Paris Agreement. This is a huge achievement, but alone will not save the climate without further measures!

Read our news blog about it: http://bit.ly/NewClimate_recap_COP24

Paris Agreement Rulebook: Huge achievement but alone grossly insufficient The adoption of the Paris rule book at COP24 in December 2018 was a historic moment for climate diplomacy, but it alone will not save the climate. The adoption shows that multilateralism can work – that countries can make joint decisions even in an era of rising populism. But the pace of decisions...

The Climate Change Performance Index 2019 10/12/2018

The Climate Change Performance Index 2019 illustrates regional differences in climate protection of 56 countries and the . Again, no country reaches the rating "very high", which shows the discrepancy between the target of the and actual national .

http://bit.ly/NewClimate_CCPI2019

Germanwatch e.V. Climate Action Network Europe (CAN Europe)

The Climate Change Performance Index 2019 Developed by NewClimate Institute, Germanwatch and CAN, the index ties in with the global Climate Change Performance Index by Germanwatch, a rating of the 58 largest emitters of GHG emissions globally that has been published annually since 2006.

Greenhouse gas mitigation scenarios for major emitting countries – Analysis of current climate policies and mitigation commitments: 2018 update 05/12/2018

Read in our new report how less than half of 13 major emitting economies show progress on 2030 emissions projections compared to the 2015 analysis:

Greenhouse gas mitigation scenarios for major emitting countries – Analysis of current climate policies and mitigation commitments: 2018 update This report provides an overview of projected greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 25 major emitting countries/regions up to 2030, taking into account the emission trajectories based on current policies and the implementation of nationally determined contributions (NDCs).

Tools & Models 30/11/2018

Just in time for the , we published a new "Tools & Models" section on our website. Discover it here: https://newclimate.org/expertise/tools-and-models/

Tools & Models NewClimate Institute develops and applies online and spreadsheet-based tools to support analysis on climate and development. These tools are a result of in-depth scientific research and many NewClimate publications build on them.

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