Almost half of the world’s GDP is now generated in locations with planned or confirmed targets to reach net zero in or before 2050.
That's according to a new report by the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU), which shows that more than $39 trillion (£29.9tn) derives from such economies, which includes 121 nations.
The thinktank suggests the figure represents a tripling of global net zero ambition in the last eight months and notes the list includes locations where the target is under active political discussion, where leaders have made a political declaration, where legislation is under development and where it has been enacted.
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