A group of pioneering countries are developing ambitious and documented strategies to meet the objectives of the Paris Agreement

Fulfilling the vision of the Paris Agreement requires carbon neutrality to be achieved by 2050, worldwide.

In 2017, members of the Carbon Neutrality Coalition, acting on the initiative of New Zealand, the Marshall Islands and Sweden, recognized the need for transition towards that target. Each member has committed individually to developing ambitious strategies on low emission and resilience to climate change.

The coalition now has 30 members, 24 of which have communicated their long-term strategy to the secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

AT COP27 in Sharm-El-Sheikh, coalition members agreed on a climate action agreed on a climate action framework for the development and the implementation of strategies to reach carbon neutrality to ensure a just, resilient and equitable transition. The focus will be put on governance, sectoral policy, finance and investment.


For more information

The coalition secretariat is provided by the European Climate Foundation.

The declaration can be found at the following address: www.carbon-neutrality.global

List of members: www.carbon-neutrality.global
Website: www.carbon-neutrality.global
Contact: secretariat@carbon-neutrality.global