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The rules for implementing the Paris Agreement are common standards for all countries and were adopted at COP24 after difficult negotiations.
Economy

The rules for implementing the Paris Agreement are common standards for all countries and were adopted at COP24 after difficult negotiations.

The 24th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP24) held in Katowice, Poland, closed before dawn on the 16th of local time after adopting the implementation rules of the Paris Agreement, which is an international framework for global warming. did. At the meeting, which was held from the 4th to the 14th, negotiations were difficult due to conflicting claims between developed and developing countries. For this reason, as a result of extending the session and proceeding with discussions, it was finally agreed that all countries would promote greenhouse gas emission reductions under common strict rules. Although an agreement was reached on the outline of the implementation rules, some important issues were postponed toward the start of opera...
COP25 discussions begin to launch Paris Agreement UN Secretary-General expresses a sense of crisis
Economy

COP25 discussions begin to launch Paris Agreement UN Secretary-General expresses a sense of crisis

The 25th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP25) to promote global warming countermeasures opened in Madrid, Spain on the afternoon of the 2nd of Japan time. The session is until the 13th. In order for the Paris Agreement to start in earnest next year, discussions will be held to finally determine the rules for implementing the agreement, but negotiations between countries are expected to be difficult. At the plenary and press conferences on the first day, UN Secretary-General António Guterres expressed a strong sense of crisis that the effects of global warming would be exacerbated while greenhouse gas reductions would not progress sufficiently.According to Japanese Ministry of the Environment officials, office-level negotiations will...
The current reduction effect is “less than 1% compared to 10 years” by 2030, far from the Paris Agreement target
Economy

The current reduction effect is “less than 1% compared to 10 years” by 2030, far from the Paris Agreement target

The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Secretariat has compiled a report stating that the greenhouse gas reduction target levels submitted by the countries participating in the Paris Agreement are far from achieving the targets of the Paris Agreement. The report points out that “the current reduction effect is less than 1% of the 10-year level by 2030,” and urges each country and region to increase the reduction target.Image of greenhouse gas emissions used in the press release of the report released by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (Credits: The UNFCCC secretariat / Vlad Cheten)The Paris Agreement requires countries and regions participating in the agreement to submit and renew reduction targets with the goal of keeping global temperature ris...