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The world map shows the aggregated results and overall performance for countries evaluated in the CCPI. The table shows the overall ranking and indicates performance in the four index categories.

  • No country was strong enough in all categories to achieve an overall very high rating. Therefore, the top three places continue to remain vacant.
  • Denmark remains the top-ranked country but does not perform well enough to earn an overall very high rating.


  • With India (7th), Germany (14th), and the EU (16th), only three G20 countries/regions are among the high performers in CCPI 2024. Fifteen G20 countries receive an overall low or very low. The G20 is particularly responsible for climate mitigation, as its members account for more than 75% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Canada, Russia, Korea, and Saudi Arabia are still the G20’s worst-performing countries.

EU performance: 

  • Overall, the EU rises three spots, to 16th, and now has a high overall ranking.
  • Fourteen EU countries are among the high and medium performers, with Denmark (4th) and Estonia (5th) leading the overall ranking.
  • The Netherlands improves its performance in three of the four CCPI categories, up five spots to 8th and at a high level. Italy, however, plunges 15 spots to 44th, mainly due to its poorer showing in the Climate Policy category vs. the previous year.
  • Poland (55th) is the remaining EU country receiving a very low rating. If the new Polish government will increase its ambition regarding renewables, the country should have a better showing next year.