Low Carbon Monitor (2016)
The Low Carbon Monitor was jointly issued by the United Nations Development Programme and the Climate Vulnerable Forum at the UN Climate Change Conference at Marrakech (UNFCCC COP22). The report was independently developed together with climate science and policy institute, Climate Analytics and examines benefits and opportunities of limiting warming to 1.5°C as enshrined in the goal of the Paris Agreement on climate change.
Launch of the Low Carbon Monitor
4 impact areas of climate change analyzed for 184 countries for 2010 and 2030 – download the 2010 Monitor Data Tables here (0.3 mb, pdf ).
The Low Carbon Monitor was launched on 16 November 2016 at a press conference at the UNFCCC COP22 at Marrakech, Kingdom of Morocco.
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