Only four countries receive a high for overall performance: Denmark, Morocco, the Netherlands, and the EU.
Eleven EU countries receive a low or very low, with Poland and Hungary as the worst performers.
The United States has an overall very low CCPI ranking. The US receives a very low in the GHG Emissions, Renewable Energy, and Energy Use categories, though rates a medium in Climate Policy.
The US is among the 20 countries with the largest developed oil and gas reserves. It is also among the nine countries responsible for 90% of global coal production. Additionally, the US plans to increase its gas and coal pro- duction by more than 5% by 2030. This is not compatible with the 1.5°C target.
CCPI - GLOBAL PERFORMANCE OF CLIMATE POLICY TARGETS