Governments, organisations and institutions are using the 1.5°C national pathway explorer to do research, reporting, organise workshops and events. Find out more about where it has been used in the past.
Press article from Climate Home News references the 1.5°C National Pathway Explorer analysis for Egypt, which finds that to be compatible with 1.5°C, Egypt would need to peak its emissions immediately and reduce them 22% below 2015 levels by 2030.
Following the release of ‘Natural gas in Africa,’ the Climate Action Tracker published a study Natural Gas in India, examining the role of gas and pathways to decrease dependency on gas. This study builds upon the 1.5 compatible pathways analysis for India.
Natural gas in Africa: Why fossil fuels cannot sustainably meet the continent’s growing energy demand
The Climate Action Tracker has published a study on Natural Gas in Africa with a special focus on Egypt, Nigeria, and Senegal and analyses the benefits of transitioning away from fossil fuels. It builds upon selected 1.5°C compatible pathways provided by the National Pathway Explorer.
Referencing India’s 1.5°C national pathways profile, Dr Nandini Das writes about the country’s energy crisis and how a response to it should be ramping up renewable energy, not coal.
This policy brief outlines six key policy recommendations using the 1.5°C pathway explorer for this June’s G7 summit that, if adopted, would demonstrate the ambition and leadership needed to keep the 1.5°C limit in sight and to maintain the momentum that was developed at COP26.
E3G and Energy&Climate Intelligence Unit looked at what the world’s biggest economies need to do this year to keep 1.5°C alive. The report uses, among others, analysis from the 1.5°C National Pathway Explorer.
Press article in the nation.africa by Mohamed Adow, Founder and Director of Power Shift Africa.
Op-ed from Deborah Ramalope, CA’s Policy Team Leader about the climate resilient and clean energy opportunites in Africa, highlighting the analysis from the National 1.5°C compatible emissions pathways and consistent power sector benchmarks in Africa report.
1.5°C National Pathway Explorer analysis for Egypt was featured in an article to support evidence that Egypt is not on track to be 1.5°C compatible.
Domestic emissions pathways required to keep to the Paris Agreement’s 1.5°C limit for eight African countries: Botswana, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal and South Africa are presented using analysis from the 1.5°C national pathways explorer.
Climate Analytics and Iniciativa Climática de México co-hosted a webinar to explore 1.5°C compatible pathways for Argentina, Colombia, Mexico and Peru and its intersection with local communities and economic development. This webinar is in Spanish.
Climate Analytics hosted a webinar during New York Climate week which included a brief summary and methodology of the 1.5°C National Pathway Explorer and analysis for Canada, South Korea, and South Afica.
Op-ed from Dr. Nandini Das, policy analyst at Climate Analytics, about Bagladesh’s climate plans which featured analysis of Bangladesh from the 1.5°C national pathways explorer.
This paper presents a set of scenarios, including analysis from the 1.5°C pathway explorer, that simulate different mitigation commitments made by G20 countries for 2030 and mid-century and the resulting impacts on global temperature rise.
Climate Analytics hosted a webinar during Asia Pacific Climate Week, presenting case studies (Bangladesh, Japan, Singapore and Pakistan) on each country’s NDC developments, LTS and a focus on the power sector and its decarbonisation time.
Webinar event presenting the first round of results from the 1.5°C national pathways explorer with analysis for the following countries in Africa: Egypt, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal and South Africa. Guest speaker Saliem Fakir, Executive Director of the African Climate Foundation.
National 1.5°C Compatible Emissions Pathways and Consistent Power Sector Benchmarks: Indonesia, Viet Nam, Philippines, India and Japan
Domestic emissions pathways required to keep to the Paris Agreement’s 1.5°C limit for five countries: Viet Nam, Philippines, India, Indonesia and Japan and assessements of current 2030 climate targets are presented in this report.