Updated 8 October. Carbon Brief is maintaining a separate tracker of requests for  climate finance.

Countries around the world have been submitting their pledges to the UN, setting out 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.

Carbon Brief is summarising the pledges made by each country. We'll update this post as each INDC comes in.

We've also published separate, in-depth articles on the pledges made by the EU, the US, Russia, Canada, China, Japan Brazil, Indonesia and India

To find out exactly what an INDC is and why it matters, read our  INDC explainer.

An informal deadline of 1 October marked the cut-off to be included in an INDC summary from the UN. Some 148 parties made the cut. Another 48 countries responsible for 10% of the world's emissions have yet to submit their INDC.

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Who has pledged an INDC so far, and what percentage of the world's emissions are covered. Credit: Rosamund Pearce, Carbon Brief, based on EU data

We've made an online spreadsheet of the Carbon Brief Paris climate pledge tracker, as an alternative to reading the information listed below. Below is a preview of the sheet. Click the spreadsheet image or this link to view the full version.

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