In December 2015, to much fanfare, 195 countries adopted the Paris Agreement. What was actually achieved and what will determine ultimate success?
The new climate deal must be rooted in science in order to achieve real impact. In this section, climate change experts explore how to incorporate scientific research into international climate negotiations.
From education to women’s empowerment, economic policy to development goals, this section delves into the wider context of the post-2015 climate agreement.
In this chapter, a wide spectrum of stakeholders exchange ideas on how to ensure that the new climate deal improves the lives of those most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.
From capitalising on global trends such as urbanisation, to eliminating food waste and restoring forests, this chapter provides recommendations on how to achieve international commitments.
What is the incentive for global action on climate change? Experts present the case for a robust, well-resourced climate deal that responds to our rapidly declining natural environment.
What can we expect from the climate summit in December? Experts from the OECD, UNFCCC and UNA-UK consider what is required to set the world on a path to a sustainable future.