Participating countries are encouraged, in terms of mitigation to reduce their emissions to limit global temperature rises to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Madrid. (European News Television).-The United Nations Climate Change Office defends the Glasgow pledge that will allow “full implementation” of the Paris Agreement. However, it acknowledges that the negotiation outcome “reflects a subtlety that nearly 200 The balance of the interests and aspirations between the parties.”
In a statement released at midnight on Saturday, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), stressed that the resolutions and actions taken by the meeting were the result of the “United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.” The past two weeks of intense negotiations, months of formal and informal work, as well as the in-person and virtual commitments made over the past two years have resulted in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) being reiterated in a statement at midnight Saturday.
According to the office, this consensus is based on the pillars of adaptation-measures to help the most vulnerable countries cope with the effects of rising global temperatures-financing and mitigation.
UNFCCC stressed adaptation. They established a working committee to identify the needs and solutions to the climate crisis. They also strengthened the San Diego network. This plan links vulnerable developing countries to experts, technicians, and resources to help them deal with the consequences of rising temperatures.
The office places importance on the decision to “at minimum double the funding for adaptation.” He also demanded that developed countries fulfill their commitment to donate 100 billion U.S. dollar (approximately, 87 billion euros) annually to developing countries in order to fight climate change.
Finaly, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change has encouraged countries to adopt mitigation measures. According to the agreement, global temperature increases are limited to 1.5 degrees Celsius. From Paris.
Patricia Espinosa is the Executive Secretary of UNFCCC. She attaches great value to the Paris Regulation’s conclusions, which established carbon trading rules. According to Espinosa, this “means that the Paris Agreement can now fully Serving the interests of all”.
Alok Sharma, chairman of COP26, was pleased with the goal of keeping the global temperature above 1.5 degrees Celsius, but he warned that “its pulse” is low and that we will only survive if our promise is kept.
Despite the progress made in the negotiations, UN Secretary General Anonio Guterres reiterated that the summit outcome was an “important step but not enough”. He also assured the young people that even though they were disappointed by the outcome of the negotiations, progress is often not straight up.