Turkey could reduce emissions substantially by bringing the power sector, residential buildings and passenger ground transport onto a Paris-compatible pathway that would see emissions drop by 14% below 2017 levels by 2030, a new analysis on Turkey showed on Tuesday. 

According to Scaling Up Climate Action: Turkey analysis by Climate Action Tracker (CAT) which has taken a close look at the major emitting sectors in Turkey’s economy, the country is 30% below where current developments are heading and far below the emission levels resulting from Turkey’s non-ratified Paris Agreement target (INDC) that would result in an increase of emissions

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