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.
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.
Publication21 Dec , 2022Annual report
DDP Annual report 2022This report summarizes the activities, publications, and other engagements of the DDP in 2022.Henri Waisman
Seminar30 Sep , 202211-12 Octobre 2022
Seminar on Sustainable Coal Pathways for IndiaThis seminar entitled “Sustainable coal pathways for India” is organized by DDP, under the leadership of IIMA (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad), in collaboration with PMRC (Panigrahi Mining Research and Consultancy). It will seek to explore the currents trends and discourses on the Indian economy, by eliciting viewpoints from key stakeholders, scientific assessments and drawing insights from international experiences.11-12/10 – Calcutta – India
ON DEEP DECARBONIZATION
in large emerging economies
This report presents the main policy lessons emerging from the national Deep Decarbonization Scenarios developed in Brazil, India, Indonesia and South Africa. It includes a description of scenario’s main features, main synergies and trade-offs with country non-climate objectives, priority short-term policies and actions and key international enablers and accelerators of domestic transitions.
Brazil, India, Indonesia, South Africa
BEYOND EMISSION NUMBERS
Taking stock of progress by looking inside countries and sectors
This report seeks to open the box of emission pathways, by considering the multidimensional feasibility conditions-i.e. the technical, economic, political, social and institutional- that will enable the required far-reaching and systemic transformation towards the long-term goal.
Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Slovak Republic, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Europe, France, UK, Hungary, Indonesia, India, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Nigeria, Peru, Poland, Russia, Senegal, United Kingdom, Usa, South Africa, Spain
Land Use Sector, Industrial Sector, Transport Sector