Points to Remember:
- India, for the first time, ranks among the top 10 in this year’s Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI) released at the COP25 climate summit in Spanish capital Madrid.
- The current levels of per capita emissions and energy use in India ranked 9th in the high category showing that emissions are still comparatively low. However, despite a high rating for its Climate Policy performance, experts point out that India has yet to develop a roadmap to phase-out fossil fuel subsidies and reduce the country’s high dependence on coal.
- As none of the countries assessed is already on a path compatible with the Paris climate targets, the first three places of the ranking remain unoccupied, the authors noted.
- While some EU countries such as Sweden (4th) and Denmark (5th), one of the best climbers, achieve overall high or very high ratings, the performance of EU countries varies largely.
- China, the largest global emitter slightly improves its ranking in the index to 30th place.
- While only two G20 countries, the UK (7th) and India (9th), are ranked in the high category, eight G20 countries are remaining in the worst category of the index.
- Australia (56th out of 61), Saudi Arabia and above all the US perform particularly poor.
- The index is jointly presented by Germanwatch, NewClimate Institute and Climate Action Network.
- The Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI) is jointly presented by Germanwatch and ___. Climate Action Network
- What is India’s ranks in the 2019 Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI)? 9th
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