APA 1-7

1-7 Ad Hoc Working Group on the Paris Agreement

UNFCCC / APA 1-7
2 December - 14 December 2018, Katowice, Poland

Updates

Katowice News Updates 12: Clarity and predictability of climate finance needed for national planning in developing countries
Katowice, 14 December 2018 (Evelyn Teh)

Having clarity and predictability on the sources of climate finance is key for decision-makers in developing countries to ensure that climate considerations are mainstreamed into national development plans and policies.

Katowice News Updates 13: Decisions for implementation of Paris Agreement adopted
Katowice, 18 December 2018 (Meena Raman)

Decisions for the implementation of the Paris Agreement (PA) were adopted as a package by the Conference of Parties meeting as the Parties to the PA (CMA), late night on Saturday, 15 Dec, a day later than initially scheduled for the closure of the climate talks in Katowice, Poland.

Katowice News Updates 14: The key decisions on the Paris Agreement implementation rules
Katowice, 20 December 2018 (Meena Raman)

Penang, 19 Dec – Following the adoption of the Paris Agreement (PA) in 2015 and its ratification the following year, developed and developing countries had been engaged in a battle of interpretation over the rules for implementation of the agreement.

Katowice News Updates 2: No issue should be left behind in package of decisions – say developing countries
Katowice, 3 December 2018 (Prerna Bomzan and Meena Raman)

At the launch of the year-end climate talks on 2nd Dec. in Katowice, Poland, under the UNFCCC, the Kyoto Protocol (KP) and the Paris Agreement (PA), developing countries under the G77 and China called for a package of decisions that “leaves no issue behind”.

Katowice News Updates 4: Side-event stresses importance of equity and finance for more climate ambition
Katowice, 5 December 2018 (Prerna Bomzan)

‘Equity is the gateway to climate ambition’ was the key message reiterated by developing country negotiators and civil society at a side-event on 4 Dec, organized by the Third World Network (TWN) and the South Centre at the ongoing climate talks in Katowice, Poland.