India is the only G20 nation doing its “fair share” to meet the climate change mitigation commitments it agreed to under the 2015 Paris Climate Accord, a 2020 Climate Transparency report published on Wednesday revealed.
Climate Transparency is an international group of 14 research and non-governmental organizations that examines global climate action. In its report, the group examined the efforts taken by G20 nations to tackle climate change since the 2015 Paris Agreement.
The organization assigned participating nations a score based on a Climate Action Tracker (CAT), which “quantifies and evaluates climate change mitigation commitments and assess[es] whether a government is doing its ‘fair share’ compared with others towards the global effort to limit warming consistent with the Paris Agreement,” according to the report.
The CAT assessment asserts that India is the only G20 nation doing its “fair share” toward fulfilling the accord’s stated effort to limit global warming to 2