Net zero: the scorecard
This week the UK Committee on Climate Change is recommending that the UK should move to a net zero emissions economy. The following ECIU graphics convey the accelerating momentum for net zero globally. It's not just countries leading the charge on net zero — states, cities and companies are also getting in on the act.
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Net zero scorecard
Which countries are leading the net zero race?
Net zero countries
The following countries have committed to net zero by 2050.
The Carbon Neutrality Coalition members
The following nations are members of the Climate Neutrality Coalition. All countries have committed to taking concrete and ambitious action to achieve the aims of the Paris Agreement before 2020.
Mapping net zero
Mapping net zero commitments around the world.
Net zero states
The following states have committed to net zero by 2050.
Net zero cities
The following cities have committed to net zero by 2050.
Net zero companies
The following companies have committed to net zero by 2050.
Net zero economies
We've aggregated the GDP of all net zero regions around the world. It currently stands at $13.5 trillion — and it heads further north every week.