Updates from all meetings
The 23rd session of the Conference of the Parties (COP23) to the UN Framework on Climate Change (UNFCCC) closed early morning of Saturday18 Nov, a day later than its scheduled ending, with the adoption of what was called the “Fiji Momentum for Implementation”, (also known as decision 1/CP.23).
The opening of the high-level segment of the climate talks in Bonn presided over by Fiji, saw world leaders calling on all Parties to show more ambition and to move faster together on climate change.
As the ongoing climate talks intensify, ministers of Brazil, South Africa, India and China (BASIC) underlined the importance of the conference to prepare the ground towards the completion of the work related to the implementation of the Paris Agreement under the United Nations Framework Conventio
Parties to the UNFCCC have arrived on a way forward on pre-2020 climate action.
Bonn, 15 Nov (TWN)- With three days left for the climate talks to conclude in Bonn, Germany, Parties are hard at work to iron out the remaining differences, as Heads of States and Government have arrived for the high-level segment which opens afternoon of Wednesday, 15 Nov.
On 11 Nov, Parties to the UNFCCC’s Ad hoc Working Group on the Paris Agreement (APA) had an interesting exchange on how equity can be operationalized in the global stocktake (GST) that will take place in 2023.