No country compliant with Paris Agreement climate goals, analysis warns

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Analysis looked at pre-Covid-19 emissions of world's top 58 emitters
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Analysis looked at pre-Covid-19 emissions of world's top 58 emitters

Annual Climate Change Performance Index points to mixed progress among world's 58 highest emitters

None of the world's 58 highest greenhouse gas emitting countries are on a decarbonisation pathway compatible with the Paris Agreement, even if emissions are falling in more than half of those surveyed....

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