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The Paris Agreement in a Nutshell

Track 0 has a new animated video – The Paris Agreement in a Nutshell. This three-minute video explains the 2015 Paris Agreement and how it will help to address climate change and promote the sustainable development goals. It also highlights the need for further ambition by governments and businesses. The video is being released today […]

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Track 0 Celebrates Entry into Force of the 2015 Paris Agreement

The 2015 Paris Agreement becomes legally binding on 4th November 2016, a record 11 months after its adoption by the twenty first Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP21) held in Paris. As of today 94 of the 197 Parties to the UNFCCC have ratified the Paris Agreement. This […]

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Track 0 at COP22 in Marrakech

Track 0 will be in Marrakech from 5-19 November 2016 for COP22. We will convene a number of events with our allies and partners to catalyse climate action that fosters climate justice and a rapid transition to a net zero emissions world. We will be supporting the work of the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) and […]

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High Ambition Coalition help reach ambitious deal on HFCs in Kigali

Nearly 200 countries have reached an agreement to phase out the extremely potent greenhouse gases known as hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs). The deal was struck at the 28th Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol (MOP28) in Kigali, Rwanda. Countries adopted an amendment to phase down HFCs, committing to cut their production and consumption by more […]

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Entry-into-force of the Paris Agreement is likely this year

The Paris Agreement pledges are nearing the critical threshold of 55 countries accounting for at least 55% of global emissions. An analysis compiled by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of the Marshall Islands and Climate Analytics shows that around 58 countries that collectively represent nearly 54% of global emissions have now ratified or pledged […]

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Ministerial meeting sets the stage for COP22 and Supporting NDC Implementation

Track 0’s CEO Farhana Yamin supported the Marshall Island team attending the annual climate ministerial get-together in Berlin. The ‘Petersberg Climate Dialogue’ was held on 4-5th July. This Dialogue focused on ‘Making the Paris Agreement a Reality’. Key topics of discussion included preparing for early entry into force of the Paris Agreement, how to advance […]

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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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#Week13: Who’s Getting Ready for Zero? Track 0 & CAT launch NEW REPORT!

In the first of our countdown to COP21 weekly blogs, #Week13 kicks off with the release of a Track 0 and Centre for Alternative Technology collaboration to bring you the latest on who is getting ready to work on the how of implementing a UN climate agreement, whether it be on the regional, national or city level. The report […]

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The 2015 Paris Agreement

Countries have been developing domestic policies and legislation since 1992 when the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) was first adopted. The Convention now has 196 Parties covering just about every country in the world. It provides the main framework for global cooperation on climate action.  Every year the Conference of the UNFCCC […]

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