In the bustle of September in New York, the UN’s Climate Ambition Summit gathered “first mover and doer” leaders from government, business, finance and civil society armed with not just pledges, but credible actions, policies and plans. Their goal is to accelerate the decarbonization of the global economy and deliver climate justice in line with the Secretary General’s Acceleration Agenda.
Racing towards a better world, those with plans to manage climate risks, seize opportunities and achieve real economic transformation are set to thrive, as underscored by the new Disclosure Framework from the Transition Planning Taskforce. Taking leading action and disclosing transition plans is not only critical in helping non-state actors reach their own climate goals and prepare for upcoming reporting requirements and accelerating global support for disclosure, but also enables others to do the same by creating clarity over the roadmap to reach net zero by 2050 with near term actions for immediate emission reductions.
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