18 oktober 2017
COP21 ligt ondertussen bijna 2 jaar achter ons. Maar de implementatie van het klimaatakkoord van Parijs is nog lang niet afgerond, zelfs amper gestart.
Het Europees Parlement publiceerde een studie die de uitdagingen overloopt van de implementatie van het Klimaatakkoord van Parijs. Je leest de volledige studie hier.
The Paris Agreement specifies the goals and lays down the general procedure for addressing climate change, but the details of its implementation still need to be discussed and agreed by the Parties. The implementation guidelines and modalities, also known as the “Paris rulebook”, will be a main focus of the climate change conference in Bonn from 6 to 17 November 2017. At this conference, Parties to the UNFCCC, the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Agreement will meet, as will subsidiary bodies, to discuss a wide range of technical issues. Delegates in Bonn will face the challenge of having to find common ground on these issues, bearing in mind that the year 2018 has been set as the deadline for finalising the various guidelines and modalities. Negotiators will have to coordinate a number of negotiation strands and find common ground between diverging interests, amid uncertainties about financing and about the future role of the United States. A substantial amount of work lies ahead for the delegates before they will be able to agree on a comprehensive and balanced outcome.
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