NEW on #ClimateWatch: 108 countries, representing just 15.1% of global emissions, intend to enhance their national climate commitments (#NDCs) this year. Only 2 countries have submitted their plans so far. Track them here ➡️ #StepUp2020 #ClimateAction
New from #COP25: Now 80 countries have announced their intent to enhance or update their national climate commitments (NDCs) by 2020. is being updated accordingly. #StepUp2020 #ClimateWatch #COP25
Which countries have submitted their 2020 national climate commitments? Check out #ClimateWatch's 2020 NDC Tracker to find out! #StepUp2020 #COP26 #ClimateAction
So far, only 3 of the 184 countries of the #ParisAgreement have made the deadline and submitted a new #NDC. Some more have indicated to update their NDC. However, major emitters (eg. CHN, India, Russia) are silent. Time until #COP26 will be decisive
108 countries in total that have stated they will enhance their NDCs by 2020, representing 15.1% of global GHG emissions.
New from #COP25: Now 80 countries have announced their intent to enhance or update their national climate commitments (NDCs) by 2020. But these 80 countries account for only 10.5% of global #GHG emissions. Track here: #StepUp2020 #ClimateWatch #COP25
To date, 79 countries have stated their intention to enhance their national climate commitments (#NDCs) this year -- but these countries only account for 10.5% of global #GHG emissions. Track them ➡️ #StepUp2020 #ClimateWatch #ClimateAction
68 countries currently lined up to boost #climate plans in 2020. Not counting EU 28, which will likely ramp its NDC up. h/t for the hard yards here
Chile's 🇨🇱 enhanced national climate plan (#NDC) sets an example for other countries! Here are 6 noteworthy elements of the plan ➡️ Track all country commitments on #ClimateWatch ➡️ #ClimateAction #FridaysForFuture
I am keen to see a *public* list of the countries that Patricia Espinosa referred to in her speech (eg a link to the list). For , enhance means stepping up their efforts. So far we have seen 79 countries say they will enhance, plus two submitted a new NDC.
Congratulations to #Rwanda, In the midst of the fight against #Covid19 Rwanda becomes the first African country to submit an enhanced national climate plan under the #ParisAgreement. #StepUp #ClimateAction
"African & other devg countries showed real leadership at #COP26 climate discussions, and are committed to step-up their Paris targets in 2020. See: . Now major economies must follow and commit to more ambition and finance for developing country  action.