What's New In The State of Climate Action 2022

Of the 40 indicators assessed in the report, none are on track to reach their 2030 targets. Six are heading in the right direction at a promising but insufficient speed

What's New In The State of Climate Action 2022
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While many countries, regions, cities, companies and financial institutions have made more ambitious commitments to fight climate change, significant acceleration of action is needed this decade to keep the keep the 1.5°C temperature limit within reach.

The State of Climate Action 2022 provides a comprehensive assessment of the gap in climate action by highlighting where recent progress must accelerate over the next decade across power, buildings, industry, transport, forests and land, food and agriculture, technological carbon removal, and finance.