The 10 Key Takeaways of the Global Synthesis Report on Climate Action by Sector 2022 unveiled at #COP27

Explore the 10 Key Takeaways from the Climate Chance Observatory's Global Synthesis Report on Climate Action by Sector 2022.

The 10 Key Takeaways presented at COP27 summarize the findings of the 2022 edition of the Global Synthesis Report on Climate Action by Sector: A low-carbon transition must adapt to geopolitical and climate conditions. 

They provide a comprehensive overview of the global evolution of emissions and climate action in 2021 and the first half of 2022, using available published literature.

What are the Key Takeaways from the 2022 edition?

#1 – In light of the explosive growth in demand, the use of fossil fuels is outpacing the boom in renewable energies

#2 – Despite a carbon-fuelled recovery, industrialized economies are returning to their transition trajectories

#3 – Record electric vehicle sales are still outpaced by SUV growth

#4 – Forests: Beyond contrasting national images, funding shifts to performance-based payments

#5 – Transition policies are increasingly influenced by economic nationalism and a capitalistic concentration of industries

#6 – The consequences of global warming negatively impact mitigation policies

#7 – While adaptation is increasingly well-funded and planned, it is still difficult to measure its impact

#8 – Swept along the Net Zero wave, the voluntary carbon market shifts into another dimension

#9 – Under legal and shareholder pressure, carbon-heavy industries are adjusting the pace of their transitions

#10 – Communities and local governments adapt the transition to their territories

Read the Summary of the 10 Key Takeaways from the Sector Report 2022

In-depth analysis, including key figures for each Key Takeaway