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The Marshall Islands Have Ratified The Paris Agreement

In February Track 0 CEO Farhana Yamin travelled to the Pacific region visiting Palau and the Marshall Islands, and attending the 16th Micronesian Presidents’ Summit. The Summit called on Pacific countries to expedite ratification, and all countries to ratify the Paris Agreement. Their call to action has paid dividends with Fiji, Palau and the Marshall […]

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#Week4: China and France Joint Communique Calls for Long-term Goal from Paris Agreement

A joint Presidential communique on climate change, between the Chinese and the French Presidents has called for a long-term goal in the international Agreement expected out of Paris by the end of this year. The statement, published on the 2nd of November 2015, states that: “3. China and France emphasize that the Paris agreement must send […]

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#Week7 Need to know who supports a long-term goal? Track 0’s latest briefing can help

Track 0 has put together an October briefing for those who want the latest on which countries, cities, businesses and individuals support the operationalisation of the 2/1.5ºC maximum temperature rise target with a long-term goal. You can read or download the briefing here Our usual tracking tables for countries, cities and regions, business, campaigns and individuals […]

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#Week9 CAT & Track 0 analyse how iNDCs could be improved with ambitious decarbonisation plans

Energy modellers at Track and the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) say governments must pledge to reduce emissions further, and draw on their report ‘Who’s Getting Ready for Zero?’ to demonstrate that zero is possible. The 1st of October 2015 marks the deadline for countries to submit their emission reduction targets for 2025 and 2030, known as INDCs […]

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Track 0 CEO’s Huff Post Article on SDGs & Climate Change

Read Track 0 CEO Farhana Yamin’s article on the sustainable development goals and climate change ahead of the leaders summit in New York on 26th September here.

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FROM 90 PAGES TO 9: Track 0 writes a draft Paris Agreement

As Ministers and negotiators prepare for the next round of diplomatic meetings to thrash out a universal agreement tackling climate change and its impacts, Track 0’s Founder and CEO Farhana Yamin and two of Track 0’s advisors, Erik Haites and Niklas Höhne, have compiled a Paris Agreement which offers one possible way in which the […]

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G7 commits to long-term goal to decarbonise the global economy

7 of the world’s largest economies have come to a landmark agreement to decarbonise the global economy by the end of the century. Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, UK and USA have united to act on climate change and the threats posed by continuing reliance on fossil fuels. Announced today, the G7 have agreed to […]

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Who’s getting ready for Zero? Conclusions from our side event at the UN Climate Negotiations

A panel of 10 guest speakers convened at the climate negotiations in Bonn on Thursday, June 4 to participate in Getting Ready for Zero, a side event hosted by Track 0, the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT), the International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE) and the Nordic Folkecentre for Renewable Energy. The event aimed to […]

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Track 0 side event asks who’s getting ready for zero?

With an esteemed panel of speakers this side-event examines the global response to what climate science is telling us:  to stabilise our climate system and stay below the internationally agreed limit of 2ºC with high certainty, we must rapidly eliminate man-made emissions of greenhouse gases and phase-out fossil fuel use almost entirely by around mid-century. […]

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34 OECD countries discuss momentum for getting to zero emissions

Track 0 founder, Farhana Yamin, was invited to present why actors from all sectors are creating such great momentum for incorporating an ambitious, aspirational long-term goal for zero emissions in the current negotiations for a new international climate treaty at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) CCXG conference on 17-18 March 2015. See […]

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