Towards Morocco: Tracking Global Climate Progress Since Paris

04.11.16 By , , and

On the eve of the Paris Climate Agreement coming into force, our new report provides a detailed snapshot of global action on climate change in the last 12 months.

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TIME WARP TOOL

For a month-by-month comparison of climate progress in Australia versus the rest of the world, check out our Climate Action Time Warp tool:


INFOGRAPHIC

Download our infographic for a snapshot of key climate milestones in 2016:


REPORT KEY FINDINGS

1. Countries have shown strong commitment to ratifying the Paris Agreement and it will come into force shortly before the upcoming international climate meeting in Morocco.

2. The year since Paris has marked some of the most severe impacts of climate change we have seen to date, underscoring the need for urgent action.

3. Australia has made little progress on climate action since the Paris Agreement and other countries have expressed doubt about Australia’s ability to meet its Paris commitments without serious changes.

4. The Paris Agreement has triggered further momentum in the business and energy sectors as well as agreements between countries to strengthen their climate action.

5. Countries will need to increase their emissions reduction pledges made under the Paris Agreement to avoid the most dangerous impacts of climate change.

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