NDC & INDC Factsheets

NDC & INDC Factsheets

NDC & INDC Factsheets

With the conclusion of the Fiji COP23 in Bonn, November 2017, there are now 170 parties that ratified the Paris Agreement and all signed it, with only one Party indicating their wish to withdraw (the Trump administration). At the point of ratification, the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) turn into the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs). Most countries went forward with keeping the INDCs as is, Morocco updated its INDC, basically adding a landuse component, and North Korea presented a new NDCs, as they hadn't submitted an INDC before.

In total, there are now 170 NDCs and INDCs covering 195 countries, who are collectively responsible for basically all of human-induced global greenhouse gas emissions.

Together with our colleagues from the Potsdam Institute's portal (www.pik-potsdam.de/primap-live/), our portal is the only one we know of that provides a comprehensive overview of all submitted NDCs and INDCs with quantification where possible. The (I)NDC factsheets are in fact a collaboration with the PRIMAP group at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research. as some of our other products, like the climate spirals

Below, you will find factsheets for every individual country that submitted an NDC and/or INDC before 3rd October 2017 - as listed in the INDC and NDC registries. Check our twitter feed @ClimateCollege for update announcements.

Final note: Where a factsheet has a yellow warning sign at the top we are indicating that either we struggled to quantify that NDCs or INDCs, we found strongly mismatching data, or we encountered some other issue. That's it! Enjoy... with caution.

Malte Meinshausen & Ryan Alexander

(Authors of the Factsheets - building on a big team effort)
 

Check out individual country factsheets

Click the name of the country in the table below for individual NDC & INDC Factsheets.
You can find bulk download of our factsheets and archived previous versions here.

Also check out our other useful INDC resource:

www.mitigation-contributions.org - Our website that allows you to manipulate G20 country targets and determine what INDCs "should" be to track a least-cost trajectory within 2°C of warming.

And have a look at these great resources from other research groups: 

www.climateactiontracker.org - An in-depth analsysis site that looks at around 35 INDCs from major countries and rates them.

live.primap.org - A selection of interactive tools around INDCs and emissions scenarios from our partner group at the Potsdam Institute of Climate Impact Research.

cait.wri.org/indc/ - The Climate Data Explorer INDC analysis by the World Resources Institute.

www.unep.org/climatechange/pledgepipeline - A compilation of INDCs in an Excel table with useful collection of requested financial support data.

infographics.pbl.nl/indc/ - The PBL Netherlands INDC Pledge tool, a graphical world map with online emission series.

sustainable.unimelb.edu.au/beyond-paris - A collection of useful resources for before, during and after COP21 in Paris provided by our parent institute, the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute.

Update Log of (I)NDC Factsheets

Update log:

Updates 4th November 2016: We updated quite a number of Factsheets with up to date historical data until 2014, we included the Cancun 2020 year pledges, accounted for LULUCF credit estimtes, added the NDC of North Korea, and updated the graph's display a bit. Apologies for printing issues that occurred with some earlier versions of the Factsheets. Plus, we added a sticker "Entry-into-force" edition onto the factsheets.

Updates 14th of May 2016 version vs. 22nd April 2016 version: There were a couple of bugs in the 22nd April which we fixed. Panama provided INDC, but as there was no specified BAU level we could not quantify it.

Updates 22nd April 2016 version vs. 26th November 2015 version: New INDCs from Nepal, Malaysia, Chile, Venezuela etc. quantified. Factsheets for some countries without INDCs also provided, namely Panama, Nicaragua and Uzbekistan. Methodological update by including now full min-max range of conditional and unconditional pledges, where available.  

Updates 29th November version vs. 26th November version: New INDCs from Malaysia, Tuvalu, Jamaica etc. quantified.

Updates on 26th November version vs. 16th November version: Inclusion of all countries that submitted until 9AM, 25th November. (Sorry, Niue just came in at  11AM, we include you in the next version). Due to popular request, we included as well factsheets for international bunkers and maritime transport.

Updates in 16th November version vs. previous 30th October version version: We now include, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and other new submissions (although some of them are unquantifable). Chinese coal consumption data was updated (see background in this New York Times article)

Previous update within 30th October version: United Arab Emirates were updated and EU28 countries are analysed on a country-by-country basis.

Countries

Country (Click on name to view Factsheets) Rank of worldwide emissions 2010 Per-capita reduction (% from 2010 to 2030)sort descending Per-capita 2010 emissions (tCO2eq/cap)
Dominica 188 -72% 3.2
Iceland 157 -59% 14.1
Switzerland 79 -58% 6.9
Comoros 175 -54% 0.9
Norway 76 -53% 11.9
Tuvalu 197 -51% 2.0
Colombia 38 -49% 4.2
Monaco 193 -49% 3.6
Luxembourg 135 -48% 24.0
Marshall Islands 191 -48% 3.4
Liechtenstein 187 -47% 6.3
Madagascar 93 -47% 1.6
Costa Rica 124 -46% 3.2
Peru 53 -45% 3.4
Kiribati 194 -44% 1.0
Palau 185 -42% 12.4
Cyprus 141 -42% 8.5
Netherlands 37 -41% 12.8
Denmark 73 -40% 11.6
Ecuador 77 -39% 3.9
Estonia 114 -39% 16.0
Botswana 117 -38% 10.1
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 15 -38% 9.9
Solomon Islands 182 -38% 0.7
Gambia 164 -38% 1.4
Micronesia (Federated States of) 190 -38% 1.7
Germany 8 -38% 11.8
Austria 57 -37% 10.8
Malta 161 -37% 7.4
Belgium 44 -37% 12.1
Australia 16 -36% 24.6
France 18 -36% 8.3
Finland 65 -35% 14.2
United States of America 2 -34% 22.5
Yemen 87 -33% 1.7
United Republic of Tanzania 67 -33% 1.6
Equatorial Guinea 145 -31% 12.0
Sweden 72 -30% 7.0
Israel 61 -29% 10.8
Mexico 12 -29% 5.7
Ireland 74 -29% 13.4
European Union (EU28) 3 -27% 9.6
Cambodia 96 -27% 2.3
Vanuatu 176 -27% 2.6
Czech Republic 43 -26% 13.2
Italy 20 -25% 8.5
Republic of Korea 13 -25% 13.7
Oman 69 -25% 23.2
Angola 62 -24% 3.7
Sierra Leone 153 -24% 1.0
Azerbaijan 78 -24% 6.1
Andorra 177 -23% 6.1
Poland 24 -23% 10.5
Kyrgyzstan 130 -23% 2.5
Canada 11 -23% 20.7
New Zealand 63 -22% 17.8
Central African Republic 110 -22% 5.7
Republic of Moldova 125 -21% 3.5
Slovakia 84 -21% 8.6
Lao People's Democratic Republic 132 -21% 2.0
San Marino 189 -19% 7.3
Cote d'Ivoire 119 -19% 1.0
Barbados 168 -19% 6.0
Philippines 40 -18% 1.9
Kazakhstan 30 -18% 18.8
Uruguay 90 -18% 11.1
Greece 47 -17% 10.6
Slovenia 121 -17% 9.5
Chad 106 -17% 2.3
Sao Tome and Principe 192 -16% 1.0
Sudan 50 -16% 3.4
Somalia 107 -16% 2.9
South Sudan 86 -16% 4.4
Spain 26 -15% 7.8
Samoa 178 -14% 2.8
Japan 6 -14% 10.1
Malawi 142 -14% 0.6
Mozambique 95 -13% 1.3
Guyana 158 -13% 4.7
Gabon 146 -13% 5.6
South Africa 19 -13% 10.1
Grenada 183 -11% 3.2
Guinea 120 -11% 1.8
Nepal 92 -11% 1.3
Pakistan 25 -11% 2.3
Bhutan 167 -10% 2.9
Montenegro 154 -9% 7.9
Bulgaria 75 -9% 8.2
United Arab Emirates 34 -9% 27.9
Tonga 186 -8% 2.3
Zambia 98 -8% 2.3
Myanmar 49 -8% 2.1
Rwanda 151 -8% 0.6
Iraq 41 -6% 5.1
Guinea-Bissau 166 -5% 1.4
Argentina 27 -3% 8.4
Ethiopia 51 -3% 1.2
Lesotho 156 -3% 2.3
Dominican Republic 97 -2% 3.2
Eritrea 152 -2% 1.3
Kuwait 48 -1% 35.9
Mauritania 138 -1% 3.3
Algeria 39 0% 5.2
Afghanistan 99 0% 1.1
Nicaragua 123 1% 2.7
Congo 144 2% 2.2
Croatia 105 3% 6.5
Bahamas 163 3% 6.8
Indonesia 9 3% 3.5
Belize 172 3% 3.0
Brazil 7 4% 5.0
Portugal 68 5% 6.6
Hungary 71 5% 6.6
Morocco 52 6% 3.2
Saudi Arabia 17 9% 19.0
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 181 10% 3.2
Namibia 136 10% 5.6
Qatar 45 10% 70.5
Belarus 54 10% 10.0
Romania 46 11% 6.0
Egypt 31 12% 3.6
Sri Lanka 109 12% 1.3
Benin 131 13% 1.4
Panama 127 13% 3.8
Timor-Leste 170 13% 1.2
Brunei Darussalam 126 14% 35.9
Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) 33 14% 9.2
Guatemala 108 15% 1.8
Serbia 70 15% 7.4
Syrian Arab Republic 59 15% 3.9
Lebanon 112 15% 5.6
Trinidad and Tobago 60 16% 60.6
Uganda 88 16% 1.2
Latvia 133 17% 5.9
Chile 55 18% 5.6
Lithuania 115 18% 6.7
Jordan 102 18% 4.5
Democratic Republic of the Congo 83 18% 0.7
Albania 149 18% 2.6
Swaziland 162 20% 2.3
Liberia 160 21% 0.8
Papua New Guinea 128 22% 2.0
Djibouti 169 22% 1.9
Niue 198 23% 4.1
Iran (Islamic Republic of) 10 23% 10.1
Cook Islands 195 24% 4.2
Bahrain 91 24% 28.5
Saint Lucia 180 24% 2.9
Senegal 111 25% 1.9
Russian Federation 4 25% 18.8
Fiji 165 26% 2.8
Cabo Verde 173 26% 1.8
Mongolia 101 26% 11.0
Intl. Aviation 21 28% 1.3
Democratic People's Republic of Korea 56 29% 3.8
Honduras 122 30% 2.2
China 1 32% 8.1
Thailand 29 32% 4.8
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 134 32% 5.9
Intl. Maritime Transport 14 33% 0.1
Libya 58 33% 14.1
Suriname 159 34% 6.8
El Salvador 137 36% 2.0
Malaysia 28 36% 12.0
Bosnia and Herzegovina 100 39% 7.9
Turkmenistan 66 39% 14.9
Uzbekistan 36 39% 8.0
Antigua and Barbuda 174 42% 7.5
Mali 94 42% 2.2
Singapore 81 42% 10.4
Tunisia 89 44% 3.7
Haiti 139 46% 1.0
Togo 148 48% 1.2
Bolivia (Plurinational State of) 64 49% 7.8
Nauru 196 49% 4.4
Seychelles 179 51% 5.5
Mauritius 150 55% 5.6
Ukraine 22 56% 9.1
Cuba 82 58% 4.4
Niger 113 59% 1.3
Nigeria 35 62% 1.4
Tajikistan 140 63% 1.2
Jamaica 143 64% 3.3
Ghana 118 67% 0.8
Bangladesh 42 68% 0.9
Saint Kitts and Nevis 184 84% 5.2
Viet Nam 32 85% 3.2
Kenya 80 85% 1.3
India 5 88% 1.8
Cameroon 104 94% 1.4
Turkey 23 97% 5.7
Armenia 147 104% 2.9
Burkina Faso 103 106% 1.8
Maldives 171 108% 3.1
Zimbabwe 116 148% 1.5
Georgia 129 160% 3.2
Paraguay 85 403% 7.3
Burundi 155 766% 0.5

Web tools and Projects we developed

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    The live tracker of the Australian electricity market.

  • Paris Equity Check

    This website is based on a Nature Climate Change study that compares Nationally Determined Contributions with equitable national emissions trajectories in line with the five categories of equity outlined by the IPCC.

  • liveMAGICC Climate Model

    Run one of the most popular reduced-complexity climate carbon cycle models online. Used by IPCC, UNEP GAP reports and numerous scientific publications.

  • NDC & INDC Factsheets

    Check out our analysis of all the post-2020 targets that countries announced under the Paris Agreement.