A one-stop-shop for exploring national climate action plans.
In 2013, the parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) decided that every member state should formulate a concrete national contribution to address the challenges of climate change. To this end, each country developed a Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) that communicated their planned climate change mitigation activities
However, INDCs vary in scope and content - with no common method for review or comparison - making it difficult for journalists to report on climate change contributions.
The interactive database lets journalists:
- Explore an analysis of all INDCs in 60 different categories like mitigation, adaption and finance
- Visualise the data on an interactive, zoomable world map
- Visualise the data in bar graphs
- Compare INDCs by region and by income
- Compare full country profiles of up to three countries
- Share insights via social media or email
- Download customised world maps and bar graphs for presentations and publications
Image: Using the NDC Explorer to examine the types of targets across countries.
Visit the NDC Explorer here.