ABSTRACT The EU has always played a leading role in climate change policy at international level in order to reach a global climate agreement. The Paris Agreement of December 2015, adopted at the Paris Conference on Climate Change (COP 21), launched a global action plan aimed at achieving global warming resulting from climate change within 2°C with respect to preindustrial levels. This agreement has been ratified by almost all countries around the world and represents the first universal climate commitment as well as a legally binding act. In this document the signatory countries have undertaken various commitments to achieve by 2050, including enhancing the ability of governments to tackle climate change impacts, by intensifying their action presenting national plans to reduce emissions, helping developing countries to improve their adaption policies and cooperating in order to reduce the adverse effects of climate change in relation to losses and damages. Governments will meet every five years to review the progress achieved with respect to the goals set, while respecting the principles of transparency, solidarity and cooperation, inspirational of the Agreement.

Cambiamenti climatici, l'Accordo di Parigi

Isabella Martuscelli
2017

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ABSTRACT The EU has always played a leading role in climate change policy at international level in order to reach a global climate agreement. The Paris Agreement of December 2015, adopted at the Paris Conference on Climate Change (COP 21), launched a global action plan aimed at achieving global warming resulting from climate change within 2°C with respect to preindustrial levels. This agreement has been ratified by almost all countries around the world and represents the first universal climate commitment as well as a legally binding act. In this document the signatory countries have undertaken various commitments to achieve by 2050, including enhancing the ability of governments to tackle climate change impacts, by intensifying their action presenting national plans to reduce emissions, helping developing countries to improve their adaption policies and cooperating in order to reduce the adverse effects of climate change in relation to losses and damages. Governments will meet every five years to review the progress achieved with respect to the goals set, while respecting the principles of transparency, solidarity and cooperation, inspirational of the Agreement.
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