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Fossil gas: a bridge to nowhere

The war in Ukraine and energy crisis have shown that a green energy transition is important for energy security as well as for climate change. While there is growing consensus on the need for a power sector coal phase-out, fossil gas has largely flown under the radar.

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The Climate Action Tracker

The Climate Action Tracker provides independent scientific analysis that tracks government climate action and measures it against the Paris Agreement goal of holding warming well below 2°C and pursuing efforts to limit warming to 1.5°C.

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Renewable energy transition in sub-Saharan Africa

Africa has 60% of the world’s best solar resources and a unique opportunity to capitalise on its low levels of fossil fuel infrastructure and growing demand for clean, affordable energy.

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Climate risk dashboard

The Climate Risk Dashboard (BETA) allows you to explore future impacts from climate change as the world warms. Pick a geography, select one or several scenarios and explore corresponding impacts.

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Why gas is the new coal

Gas is not a bridging fuel – it’s a fossil fuel. To reach the Paris Agreement’s 1.5˚C temperature goal, governments, investors and finance institutions must treat gas like coal and target it for swift phase-out.

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1.5°C national pathway explorer

Explore emission pathways in line with the Paris Agreement for different countries and 1.5°C compatible benchmarks for individual sectors.

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Renewable energy transition in sub-Saharan Africa

Renewable energy transition in sub-Saharan Africa

Sub-Saharan Africa is at a crossroads. Its choice of energy for the future will be decisive in achieving its sustainable development ambitions, including clean and affordable electricity access for all. This report provides an overview of the state of the energy transition in the region.
15 November 2022
Massive gas expansion risks overtaking positive climate policies

Massive gas expansion risks overtaking positive climate policies

The goldrush for gas is counterproductive to the Paris Agreement. The energy crisis caused by Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine has sent governments scrambling to shore up energy security. In many cases, governments are doubling down on fossil fuels, even though renewables, efficiency and electrification are by far the cheapest, fastest and most secure options.
10 November 2022

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Loss and Damage

Here we provide key resources on loss and damage, including scientific studies and briefing materials relating to the UNFCCC policy process.

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Climate Analytics Caribbean: Advancing climate action for our islands

Climate Analytics Caribbean: Advancing climate action for our islands

“While COP27 delivered for our islands with the loss and damage fund, while we are indeed moving the dial closer to achieving a robust global response to climate change - we still have a long way to go. And the repercussions of inaction will be disastrous.” - Climate Analytics Caribbean Director, Rueanna Haynes

04 January 2023

What next after COP27 L&D fund?

What next after COP27 L&D fund?

This article, authored by Climate Analytics' Manjeet Dhakal and Sneha Pandey, discusses the formation of the Loss and Damage Fund set up at COP27 and its implications for countries like Nepal, which are disproportionately exposed to high risk from climate change.

17 December 2022

Climate Analytics Caribbean COP27

Climate Analytics Caribbean COP27

This news clip includes excerpts from a Climate Analytics Caribbean review on the impacts of COP27, highlighting the importance of climate action to protect small island nations.

17 December 2022