Dubai’s COP28 introduces for the first time in the history of climate conferences under the UNFCCC a clear and explicit mention of the urgency to move away from (all) fossil fuels at a global level. Starting the work on the exit, accelerating the “transitioning away” efforts by 2030 (so over... Read More
Here is the detailed analysis of each negotiating topic of the twenty-eighth Conference of the Parties that Italian Climate Network, through its own Observers, followed directly from the rooms. First Global Stocktake under the Paris Agreement – Overview The definitive text on the first stocktake (2023, followed by 2028, 2033... Read More
At 6pm today December 12th, a new unofficial draft of the text on the Global Stocktake was circulated among negotiators at COP28, the inventory of actions and policies introduced to date by countries which will form the basis of the new national plans (NDCs) to be submitted under the Paris... Read More
Indigenous populations and local communities around the world have for years been victims of the irresponsible conduct of many companies and, due to the complicity of their governments, also subjected to forced evictions, violation of land rights and non-observance of the so-called “free, prior and informed consensus”. As in the... Read More
Here comes the second real decision of this COP28, albeit perhaps residual compared to the broader issue of decarbonisation and global stocktake. In fact, an ‘advanced’ (i.e. practically final) draft was circulated on item 7 on the COP agenda, i.e. who and where will host the Santiago Network on Loss... Read More
The negotiation on how to launch, also in terms of methodologies and definitions on carbon removals, the new global emissions trading mechanism established by Art. 6.4 of the Paris Agreement is proving to be one of the ‘hottest’ at this COP in Dubai. Three days ago we told you about... Read More
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