Commitment Reference(s):Statement of HE Justin Trudeau, Hon. Prime Minister of Canada at the Presentation of Canada's "Clean Growth Through Net Zero" Program
Latest Commitment:19 November 2020
Key Commitment Text:"We will be meeting and exceeding our 2030 targets for carbon emissions reductions. This is something we are long committed to and we are taking action on. This is something Canadians expect and as we move forward with putting a price on pollution right across the country, on record investments in clean technology, fighting carbon pollution, and investments in protecting our Oceans, and our land, we will continue to move forward. Like I said, we will exceed our 2030 targets, but it’s important that we stay on track to 2050.”
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Commitment Reference(s):The Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution.
Latest Commitment:18 November 2020
Key Commitment Text:"We are also considering the UK’s revised Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), itself an embodiment of our efforts to reduce national emissions, and we will set this out by the Climate Ambition Summit."
Commitment Reference(s):Statement by H.E. Yoshihide Suga, Hon. Prime Minister of Japan, National Diet
Latest Commitment:26 October 2020
Key Commitment Text:"Japan will pursue further efforts both in the medium-term and long-term, to reduce GHG emissions beyond this level."
Commitment Reference(s):Statement by H.E. Xi Jinping, Hon. President of China, 75th Session, United Nations General Assembly
Latest Commitment:22 September 2020
Key Commitment Text:"China will scale up its Intended Nationally Determined Contributions by adopting more vigorous policies and measures. We aim to have CO2 emissions peak before 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality before 2060."
Commitment Reference:NDC update
Latest Commitment:19 May 2020
Key Commitment Text: 2020 NDC update raises resilience ambition.
Moldova, Rep. of
Commitment Reference: NDC update
Latest Commitment:3 Mar 2020
Key Commitment Text: "Republic of Moldova intends to achieve more ambitious targets than in its NDC1. The country’s new economy-wide unconditional target is to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 70 per cent below its 1990 level in 2030, instead of 64-67 per cent as committed in NDC1."