Countries

These are countries for which our researchers are exploring roles in potential climate teams.  Inclusion on this page does not imply that this country is actively negotiating an agreement, or is even formally involved in negotiations.

Chile’s Nationally Determined Contribution establishes a carbon intensity target for mitigation. Chile is committed to reduce its CO2 emissions per GDP unit by 30% below its 2007 level by 2030, conditional future economic growth. In other words, from 1.02 tCO2e/million

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Colombia’s Nationally Determined Contribution is a 20% reduction in net emissions below business-as-usual levels by 2030.  Colombia has been developing climate policy for many years.  Some key aspects are summarized in this IETA report. Colombia’s emissions profile can be seen

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New Zealand’s Nationally Determined Contribution is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30% below 2005 levels by 2030. This is the Cabinet paper which supported Ministers’ final decisions on New Zealand’s Intended Nationally Determined Contribution. New Zealand’s Seventh National Communication under the United

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Republic of Korea plans to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 37% from business-as-usual levels (BAU, 850.6 MtCO2eq) by 2030 across all economic sectors. Economy-wide coverage includes energy, industrial processes and product use, agriculture, and waste sectors. In the assessment

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USA