Rallying non-state actors to take rigorous and immediate action to halve global emissions by 2030

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PARTNERS


    Race to Zero ‘Partners’ are the pillars under the campaign. They are the funnels through which individual members can join the Race. Partners are independent initiatives, subject to their own governance structures and decision making process. Partners join the Race to Zero campaign out of a shared commitment to driving high ambition non-state actor leadership, to halve emissions by 2030.

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    Accelerators enhance the credibility of the campaign, and accelerate Race to Zero membership. They do this by enabling the implementation of our criteria, and by encouraging future members to join Partner initiatives. Accelerators drive us faster on the Race.

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MEMBERS


    Over 11,000 members have joined Race to Zero through 26 initiatives and networks – all of which are official Partners of the campaign. Please note there are instances where a member is signed-up to multiple initiatives. All members must meet stringent criteria and are part of the largest ever alliance committed to halving emissions by 2030.

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EXPERT PEER REVIEW GROUP


    The Expert Peer Review Group (EPRG) reviews Race to Zero Partner applications and provides independent recommendations to the Champions on whether initiatives meet the criteria for participation. The EPRG also reviews Partners and their progress on an annual basis.

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PUBLICATIONS


    Progress Report

    This report is a first joint progress report to reflect on the progress made across two major UN-backed global climate campaigns Race to Zero and Race to Resilience, ahead of COP27. Together, both campaigns rally over 13,000 companies, financial institutions, cities, states, regions and others (referred to as non-State actors) to step up their ambition, put plans in place and scale action on adaptation and resilience and on greenhouse gas emissions reductions. It showcases the actors racing together to make a resilient, zero carbon world a reality.

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    Pivot Point Report

    In this report, 40+ organisations call for a pivot: for all non-state actors to join the Race to Zero; ratchet their policy engagement; and help inform, shape and drive the standards, policies and regulations needed to align with 1.5C (and halve emissions by 2030).

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FURTHER READING

Discover more about our actions and initiatives

Five steps to get industries on track for net zero

The World Economic Forum’s first Net Zero Industry Tracker, developed in collaboration with Accenture, reveals the scale of the challenge and sheds light on how industries can get on track for net zero.

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Company net-zero targets at risk without immediate improvement on deforestation

New analysis, commissioned by the UN Climate Change High-Level Champions, finds a five-fold increase in companies committed to net-zero from the forest, land and agriculture sectors — the second highest emitting industry after energy.

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‘Race to Zero’ campaign updates criteria to raise the bar on net zero delivery

UN-backed Race to Zero campaign updates its criteria following major international consultation with over 200 experts and civil society groups.

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Signals of change: Why a net zero world by 2050 is within reach

Deloitte Climate and Sustainability Consultant, Talal Rafi, explains why with increasing support for environmental sustainability, green investments and climate innovation, key sectors can decarbonize and move towards a net zero.

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