Continuously ranging in the bottom ten of the CCPI, Kazakhstan drops one place to rank 55 in the CCPI 2021.
Kazakhstan is the worst-performing country when it comes to GHG emissions. The currently high GHG Emissions per capita show a continued growth trend and the country’s 2030 GHG Emission Reduction Target is rated very low compared to a well-below-2°C pathway.
Furthermore, the country receives low ratings in the Renewables and the Energy Use category. Thereby, the low rating in Energy Use is an improvement compared to last year’s very low rating in this field, which is driven by a significant improvement in the Energy Use per capita trend indicator.
As no national experts contributed to this year’s CCPI policy evaluation for Kazakhstan, the average Climate policy grade is applied