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State of Climate Action 2023

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Published under Systems Change Lab, this Report features analysis from ClimateClimateEnergyFoodForestsWRI Ross Center for Sustainable CitiesFinanceClean Energy, and Buildings. Reach out to Sophie Boehm for more information.
Sophie Boehm, Louise Jeffery, Judit Hecke, Clea SchumerJoel Jaeger, Claire Fyson, Kelly Levin, Anna Nilsson, Stephen Naimoli, Emily Daly, Joe Thwaites, Katie LeblingRichard Waite, Jason Collis, Michelle SimsNeelam SinghEmma Grier, William Lamb, Sebastian CastellanosAnderson Lee, Marie-Charlotte Geffray, Raychel SantoMulubrhan Balehegn, Michael Petroni and Maeve Masterson

The State of Climate Action 2023 provides the world’s most comprehensive roadmap of how to close the gap in climate action

across sectors to limit global warming to 1.5°C. It finds that recent progress toward 1.5°C-aligned targets isn’t happening at the pace and scale necessary and highlights where action must urgently accelerate this decade to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, scale up carbon removal and increase climate finance.