The 6th UNEP Emissions Gap Report provides a scientific assessment of the impacts of the submitted Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) on anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases. Like in the previous reports, this year’s report then compares the resulting emission level in 2030 with what science tells us is required to be on track towards the agreed political target of a temperature increase no more than 2°C by the end of the century. The report also provides data for the aspirational target of an increase below 1.5°C. In addition the report analyzes selected areas where enhanced action can be taken and how these actions can be accelerated and scaled up to close the 'gap'. Chapter 1. Scoping the 2015 report -- Part 1. The emissions gap -- Chapter 2. The importance of pre-2020 action -- Chapter 3. The emissions gap in 2025 and 2030 -- Part 2. Bridging the gap -- Chapter 4. Opportunities for bridging the gap -- Chapter 5. International Cooperative Initiatives -- Chapter 6. Mitigation potential from forest-related activities and incentives for enhanced action in developing countries -- Annex 1. Country-specific findings.