Climate Chance notes some progress and big black spots in decarbonization


The “Global Assessment of Climate Action by Sector 2021”, published on November 29, is not encouraging. Emissions have started to rise again, especially in Asia, and some sectors are not making progress in their fight against global warming. The 4th Report by Sector of the Climate Chance Observatory admittedly notes some progress, but clearly insufficient. This association, created as an extension of the Climate and Territories summit in Lyon, which brought together climate actors ahead of COP 21, brings together the nine non-state actor groups recognized by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) . With the aim of developing joint proposals between local communities, companies, NGOs, unions, the scientific community, representatives of the agricultural world, youth, indigenous peoples and women.


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