Reframing our understanding of Net Zero progress, in language that is accessible to all, is essential in understanding where we are today, allow us to transparently recognise the gap between our intentions and achievements, and create effective plans to deliver on time
Our dashboards, incorporating leading edge data alongside "lagging" performance data are designed to facilitate public and private sector partnerships, and create create common purpose against key environmental, social and economic sustainbility metrics.
Understanding context is everything, especially when looking at how the societies and their governments are working to solving the environmental, social and economic problems of today. We track progress against the dates by which agreed action should be completed by.
Freely available, open source performance data is analysed to project attainment dates of Sustainable Development Goals, or Net Zero, progress.
Open source data can often feel like it is out of date already, but it does allow an transparent assessment of delivery by an organisation - be that a continent, nation, or local government body.
Not everyone loves trawling through data, but its availability does reflect how open an organisation is, and whether it needs to do more to monitor and disclose the effectiveness of its own actions.
The first assessment contained in the tracker shows the UK's progress towards its 2050 Net Zero target, as a collective, for each of its nations and at a local authority level.
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