To limit global warming to well under two degrees, the global economy needs to undergo system-wide changes. Finance has a critical role to play. Current inaction continues to lead to inefficient capital allocation, undermining efforts towards decarbonisation and financial stability. Read More The post The financial sector has a critical role to play in enabling […]
This study provides new and additional insights on the specific link between residential cooking solutions, climate change, health impacts and associated sustainable development objectives in Kenya. Read More The post The Kenyan cooking sector – Opportunities for climate action and sustainable development appeared first on NewClimate Institute.
This report is the third and the latest edition of the series since 2018 that take stock of climate action by cities, regions and businesses and their global aggregate impact on greenhouse gas emissions. The 2021 edition focuses on the progress of non-state and subnational actors toward their emissions reduction targets. Read More The post […]
The Transport sector climate action co-benefits evaluation tool (TRACE) is an Excel-based model to support quantitative evaluation of selected non-climate impacts from decarbonising the urban transport sector. Read More The post TRACE (Transport sector climate action co-benefit evaluation tool) appeared first on NewClimate Institute.
Enhancing national climate ambition through city and business climate change targets: a whole-of-society approach
As the EU is currently in the process of ratcheting climate commitments, the transport sector should follow suit The world now faces a critical juncture as countries are updating their next wave of NDC climate targets. To ensure ambitious and inclusive target setting and implementation, governments must build on existing efforts to recognize and integrate… […]
The ICAT Climate Action Aggregation Tool (CAAT) is an Excel-based tool to aggregate non-state actors’ climate policy efforts. Read More The post Climate Action Aggregation Tool (CAAT) appeared first on NewClimate Institute.