STOP CLIMATE CHEATING!
Countries most vulnerable to climate change are being
cheated! It’s time for rich countries to do their fair
share for the world.
Who are the climate cheats?
Countries not doing their fair share to deliver the Paris Agreement, including nearly all G7, G20 and rich and developed countries.
How are they cheating?
Rich and developed countries, contributing to 80% of world climate pollution, have set unfair climate targets that are non-compliant with the 1.5°C temperature goal and equity principles.
Who’s playing fair?
The majority of countries and especially the poorest and most climate-vulnerable countries of the world, including nearly all nations of the Climate Vulnerable Forum and the Least Developed Countries who are fully compliant with the Paris Agreement and its equity principles.
What do we need?
We need full recognition of the inequity of climate targets, and for this to be recognised and rectified through stronger emission targets from rich and major polluting nations
ABOUT FAIR SHARE NOW
A global campaign for setting the rules straight on country climate targets
While rich countries cause pollution, poorer countries pay the price. We don’t think that’s fair. It’s time to redress the balance.
WHAT IS CLIMATE CHEATING?
Not playing by all the key Paris Agreement rules
G7 countries, historically the biggest polluters, are not on track to meet the world’s 1.5ºC temperature target. If we want to avoid catastrophic climate change, we need them to play by the rules.
“We wouldn’t consider it acceptable for countries to cheat in a football match, so why should it be OK for them to cheat on their climate targets? When it comes to cutting carbon pollution, everyone needs to play fairly. We all need to do our fair share.”
Special Envoy of the CVF Presidency of Ghana, Dr. Henry Kokofu
WHO'S PLAYING FAIR?
Read our exclusive new report to find out which countries are on target, which countries are shooting wide, and which are outside the rules of the game.
IS EVERY COUNTRY DOING ITS FAIR SHARE?
Most countries are but the rich and powerful nations responsible for nearly 80% of climate pollution are not.