31 March marked the loose deadline for countries to submit their pledges to the UN on how far they intend to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
These promises, known as “intended nationally determined contributions”, or INDCs, will determine the success of the deal that the UN hopes to sign off in Paris in December this year.
While only five countries plus the EU made the deadline, more than a hundred others are expected to filter in throughout the coming eight months.
Carbon Brief is tracking the pledges made by each country. We’ll update this post as each INDC comes in.
To find out exactly what an INDC is and why it matters, read our INDC explainer.
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