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Germanwatch

Germanwatch
Formation 1991 (1991)
Type non-governmental organization
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Website .orgGermanwatch

Germanwatch Nord-Süd-Initiative e.V. (founded 1991), usually called Germanwatch, is a NGOs. Particular areas of interest include trade in food and agricultural policy, climate change, and corporate accountability.

Climate Change Performance Index

The Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI) is an annual publication by Germanwatch and Climate Action Network Europe. It evaluates the climate protection performance of 58 countries, responsible for over 90% of global energy-related CO2 emissions. CCPI 2012 publication covers CO2 emissions from the fossil fuels.

The following CCPI 2013 publication may include emissions from deforestation, agriculture and waste. 50% of the evaluation is based on emissions trend, 30% on emissions level and 20% on national and international climate policy assessments made by more than 200 experts. The most recent results (2012) illustrate that efforts are still insufficient to prevent dangerous climate change. Thus, no country received rankings one to three in 2012.[1]

References

  1. ^ The Climate Change Performance Index Results 2012
  • Germanwatch, english (2009). Accessed July 2, 2009.
  • Germanwatch, french (2009). Accessed July 2, 2009.
  • Germanwatch, german (2009). Accessed July 2, 2009.
  • Germanwatch, spanish (2009). Accessed July 2, 2009.


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