Nov 06, 2015 - 11:30am
Just one month out from the Paris climate summit, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) has taken stock of countries’
post-2020 emissions reduction contributions.
This update focuses on:
- the key take home messages from that report;
- the continuing trend of investors factoring climate change induced risk into their decisions, and;
- the progress being made by developed countries in living up to their existing commitment to deliver US$100bn in public and private sector climate finance by 2020.
Also find a full list of global policy updates from October and a short explainer of Australia's role in climate finance.
Through to the Paris climate talks at the end of 2015, The Climate Institute will also regularly update our Global Climate Action Map, an interactive tool that allows users to compare policies across countries.
Click below to download the full text of The Climate Institute's November update.