Ahead of the Paris climate talks later this year, BusinessGreen's new map shows you what countries are promising to deliver under a global deal
The clock is ticking towards the Paris Summit at the end of this year, where countries are expected to agree a global deal to tackle climate change, in an attempt to ensure global tempertures do not rise by more than 2C.
Ahead of the talks, all countries have been asked to put forward their national targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions after 2020 under a framework known as Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs).
Countries have until October to sumbit their final pledges, providing businesses and investors with the clearest indication yet of how different jurisdictions plan to curb emissions and mobilise clean tech investment.
Click on the markers below to see what countries are pledging.
This article is part of BusinessGreen's Road to Paris hub, hosted in association with PwC.
It will be updated in the coming months as more of the key players at the Paris Summit submit their Intended Nationally Determined Contribution climate action plans.
Supermarket currently uses 120,000 tonnes of plastic packaging each year, but aims to switch to alternative materials and embrace lightweighting and refillable packaging in pursuit of new target
USA offshore wind boost, Dutch climate court case, collapsing clean energy investment in Australia - a round up of green business news from around the world
Policy paper set for debate at Lib Dem conference on Monday calls for 2045 net zero goal, 2030 fossil fuel car ban, and major tree planting drive
SSE says proposed sale supports its plans to focus on low carbon infrastructure, as OVO looks to beef up presence in a retail market that is being reshaped by clean technologies