Cop24 Agreement Pdf

Cop24 Agreement Pdf

The agreement reached at COP24 is the result of in-depth technical discussions and political compromises. The Katowice regulatory framework covers the following topics: Reduction • A compromise text on reduction has been prepared, which takes into account the common interests of developing and industrialised countries. This text is based on the strong commitments of the “Soll” speech with regard to the necessary information (ICTU) and on the principles of monitoring the progress of national contributions (NDC). • The text of the Decision contains detailed requirements for reporting and monitoring the progress of the DNNs, which apply to all Contracting Parties. Commitments are linked to the nature of the NDC and not to the level of development of the country concerned. The creation of a common platform for communicating and monitoring NDCs progress will enable a better understanding and aggregation of NDCs. • The text contains detailed references to the land sector in the ICTU section and tracks progress (features and information to facilitate clarity, transparency and understanding). When the Paris Agreement was adopted in December 2015, it was clear, much to the delight of all delegates, that this success would bring even more work. The negotiations would last another three years. This is the time that negotiators have set aside to develop the Katowice regulatory framework – a precise and detailed agreement where the Paris Agreement will be implemented in a transparent and fair manner for all parties. With regard to the positions of nearly 200 parties, it is not easy to reach agreement on such a diverse and technical document. Under these conditions, any step forward has been a great achievement – said Michał Kurtyka, President of COP24. This register will contain all the contributions previously submitted at the national level, without however offering the possibility of excavating them, which was a compromise between the positions of the parties in the negotiations.

• Based on agreed guidelines, the Secretariat will develop a prototype for such a register and submit it to the parties for approval at COP25. • This solution makes it possible to agree on all the political issues raised, leaving the secretariat one year to develop technical solutions. . . .


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