“While the majority of the 152 countries that have made commitments are mediocre and contribute only individually to low greenhouse gas emissions, their overall contribution is 32.5% higher than in each country,” says Dr. Watson. “Second, these are the countries where population emissions and greenhouse gas emissions are rising rapidly. That is why it is important that they make ambitious commitments. A reduction of 23 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent ends the emissions of 2020-2024 and 53.4MtCO2e of 2025-2030. This commitment is linked to international support. Contains the adjustment section. The INDC of Mozambique. The “Truth Behind the Climate Pledges” report, published by the Universal Ecological Fund, a non-profit research organization based in the United States of America on climate change issues, examined climate promises by a panel of experts from the United Kingdom, the United States, Argentina and Austria. The experts, made up of climate scientists and scientific organizations, ranked countries on the basis of their commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and identified weaknesses in voluntary commitments. India is making reasonable progress on two of the three most important commitments it has made in Paris. The government needs to correct the trajectory where its policy is being undermined. In addition, it must invest in the provision of data more regularly than the absolute minimum required by the UNFCCC, in order to validate claims and analyze data to understand underlying trends.

The Republic of Korea has committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 37% below normal activities by 2030. Using their profitability forecasts for 2030 and their latest ThG emissions, Korea`s commitment to a 22% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions is 22% below 2030 levels. INDC is committed to increasing solar capacity from 25 to 100 gigawatts (GW) by 2022, doubling wind capacity to 60 GW by 2022 and increasing nuclear capacity from 6GW today to 63GW by 2032. In total, India intends to install 175 GW of renewable energy by 2022. In addition, 38 commitments are 100% linked to international support for their full implementation. This is Afghanistan, Botswana, Cambodia, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Comoros, Congo (Democratic Republic of Congo), Côte d`Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Grenada, Guinea, Honduras, Kenya, Lao People`s Democratic Republic, Liberia, Madagascar, Marshall Islands, Mauritius, Mongolia, Namibia, Pakistan, Palau, St. Lucia, Sao Tomé and Principe, Venezuela, Zambia and Sambia. 30% of these commitments come from middle-income countries, 32% from low-income countries and 26% from low-income countries.