United States of America
United States of America announced its contributions to the global climate change mitigation effort on 31 Mar. 2015. The original INDC is available at the UNFCCC website . The INDCs key characteristics are:
- Change of per-capita emissions from 2010 to 2030 (average): -34%
- Per-capita emssions in 2030 (average): 14.9 tCO2/eq
- Global rank of national emissions excl. landuse (out of 195 countries): #2 in 2010 and #2in 2030.
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