Global Synthesis Report on climate action by sector
Every year since 2018, the Climate Chance Observatory publishes a Global Synthesis Report on climate action by sector, an analysis of the evolution of CO2 emissions in the light of the actions actually undertaken by non-state actors in 6 emission sectors: energy, transport, building, industry, waste and land use.
Sector-based Report 2021
Six years after the adoption of the Paris Agreement, at a time when the States are due to increase their commitments at COP26 in Glasgow, Climate Chance Observatory’s is continuing its mission of following the implementation of the actions announced, monitoring the evolution of emissions and analysing the strategies of the actors in relation to the international climate objectives.
« Back to the future. 2021: a major acceleration in climate action … and in emissions »
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- The complete Global Synthesis Report on climate action by sector 2021 👉 To be released on 29 November
Sector-based Report 2020
For this 3rd edition, the Climate Chance Observatory dedicates its analysis to the impacts of Covid-19 on the climate strategies of local governments, businesses, companies and civil society around the world, with regard to the weak trends and signals observed in 2019 for each GHG emitting sector. New this year : two focuses on the steel and textile industries.
Find here the replays of the Climate Chance Talks organised for the launch of the 2020 Sector-based report 2020.
Sector-based Report 2019
In this 2nd edition, the trends and weak signals observed in 6 GHG emitting sectors are analysed : energy, transport, industry and land use and, new in this edition, the building and waste emission sectors. The report analyses the breaks and continuities in the actions taken by non-state actors. Since 2018, emissions have continued to increase : the Climate Chance Observatory notes that this trend seems difficult to reverse in all sectors.
Sector-based Report 2018
This first Report provides a “point zero”, the basis of understanding needed to identify the most significant developments year after year. Synthetic analyses pointing out the dynamics at work and the remarkable initiatives taken throughout the world by non-state actors are covered in this edition, across the major emission sectors of energy, transport, industry and land use.