The tool was developed by the Climate Policy Team of the Climate Analytics, in order to provide policy relevant information to stakeholders in a user friendly and accessible fashion.
The Climate Policy Team assesses the effectiveness of international strategies and national climate policies, including low-carbon development plans, in meeting global climate goals and reducing greenhouse gas emissions whilst achieving sustainable development goals.
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How much do the major emitters need to increase their NDC ambition level to achieve the 1.5°C Paris Climate Agreement targets by the end of the century?
Move the sliders to increase the level of NDC ambition for respective countries and observe the implications on global emissions and temperature. Pay attention to the plots as you move the sliders. To see other plots and information, you may navigate to other sections by clicking the tab menu buttons above the page. Within the plot sections, there is also a navigation button below the plots that will take you to the second page within that section. The line and box plots show the global emission pathways and temperature levels by the end of the century respectively, that correspond to your level of ambition increase. The pie charts visualizes the percentage share of national emissions in 2030 according to the baseline NDCs as well as an ambition increase corresponding to your slider input. The range of values on the sliders correspond to the NDC ambition ramp-up scenarios as defined by Geiges et al. (2019). These consist of four ambition scenarios namely the minimal, incremental, significant and transformational scenarios equivalent to 10%, 20%, 35% and 50% change in emission levels lower than the current NDC levels.
You may want to try setting all the sliders to the same ambition level and notice the corresponding level of emissions gap. Observe that there are no changes in the plots when the sliders are below the CPP levels You may have also observed that the plots are interactive, so you may want to move your mouse over the plots to get some vital information.