The "Climate Action Tracker" is an independent science-based assessment, which tracks the emission commitments and actions of countries. The website provides an up-to-date assessment of individual national pledges, targets and INDCs and currently implemented policy to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

Foot off the gas: increased reliance on natural gas in the power sector risks an emissions lock-in
22nd June 2017

The future of natural gas is limited, even as a bridging fuel. Continued investments into the sector create the risk… Read more...

Impending US exit from Paris Agreement a severe backwards move
1st June 2017

President Trump’s announcement expected in the White House Rose Garden today that the US will pull out of the Paris… Read more...

China, India slow global emissions growth, Trump’s policies will flatten US emissions
15th May 2017

Global leadership on climate is changing: Positive developments on coal use in China and India are likely to reduce projected… Read more...

Faster and cleaner 2: It only takes a few countries to kick-start energy system decarbonisation
20th April 2017

Triggering a global transformation of our energy systems as required by the Paris Agreement does not take the whole world—it… Read more...

Individual country assessments

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The map does not represent a statement by CAT on the location of international boundaries. CAT relies on other organisations to provide map shapes.