CDP provides a global platform for states and regions to measure, manage and disclose their environmental impacts. Over 130 state and regional governments disclose to CDP from 32 countries, representing over 672 million people, 21% of the global economy and over 5 GtCO2e. The climate actions disclosed by states and regions, as well as CDP analysis, can be viewed and downloaded on our Open Data Portal.
18 states and regions, with combined economies of $7.2 trillion and total emissions equivalent to those of Brazil, have set net zero targets
21 states and regions have set long-term targets to reduce their emissions by 75% - 90% and could aim for net zero
55% of states and regions with a 2030 emissions reduction target are showing greater ambition than their national counterparts
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These are the 131 state and regional governments across 32 countries that disclosed their climate and environmental data to CDP in 2020. Together, they represent a combined population of over 672 million citizens. Explore the list below to learn more about the actions these states and regions are taking to rapidly cut emissions and build resilience against climate threats for populations now and in the future.
List updated March 25, 2021
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