The Deep Decarbonization Pathways initiative aims at helping governments and non-state actors make choices that put economies and societies on track to reach a carbon neutral world by the second half of the century.
Why this initiative
It is an international collaboration of leading research teams who propose realistic pathways to deep decarbonization. Our work is based on a transparent common methodology to inform both science and policy. .


Country Factsheets

This documents present a synthesis of key results of the decarbonization scenarios developed for Brazil, India, Indonesia and South Africa. They describe the key national and sector level techno-economic transformations to 2050, their main socio-economic aspects and resulting emission profiles. It also highlights some main policy implications and challenges, investment insights and necessary developments in inter-national enablers.

Brazil | India | Indonesia | South Africa

The DDP initiative is led by IDDRI with the following partners