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Global Climate Action  

At the twenty-first session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 21) in Paris, it was agreed that mobilizing stronger and more ambitious climate action by all Parties and non-Party stakeholders is urgently required if the goals of the Paris Agreement are to be achieved.

In decision 1/CP.21, the commitments from all actors are recognized, including those launched through the Lima–Paris Action Agenda, as well as the urgent need to scale up the global response to climate change and support greater ambition from governments.

At COP 22 in Marrakech, a High-Level Event on Accelerating Climate Action was held to highlight outcomes from the Action Events throughout the conference and culminated with the launching of the Marrakech Partnership for Global Climate Action; a new framework to catalyse and support climate action.

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Johnson & Johnson

United States of America

COOPERATIVE ACTIONS (3)

RE100

Procure 100% of electricity from renewable sources

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Renewable energy

The New York Declaration on Forests

Halve the loss of natural forests globally by 2020, and end forest loss by 2030

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Forest

WWF Climate Savers

Develop low, zero or carbon positive business models and demonstrate that reductions in greenhouse gas emissions can go hand-in-hand with economic growth

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Emissions reduction

INDIVIDUAL ACTIONS (5)

Reduce absolute water withdrawals by 10% from 2010 to 2015, prioritizing sites located in water scarce or water stressed areas

Resilience

Reduce operational CO2e emissions by 20% from 2010 to 2020 through increased energy efficiency and low-carbon and renewable energy installations

Energy access & efficiency

Renewable energy

Emissions reduction

Supply 20% of total electricity consumption from renewables by 2020 from 7% in 2015

Renewable energy

Reduce absolute carbon emissions by 80% by 2050

Building

Supply 100% of total electricity consumption from renewables by 2050 from 7% in 2015

Renewable energy