After the COP: Where next for climate action?

(EurActiv, 24 Jan 2019) December’s COP24 climate summit in Katowice was billed as a last chance to actually implement the Paris Agreement. Now that the dust has settled, did negotiators achieve their objectives? And where does the international effort go from here?

Post-COP24 stocktake praises Katowice rulebook, ‘Cañete’s baby’

In December, international negotiators managed to agree the set of rules needed to “bring the Paris Agreement to life”. But unfinished business and a tight schedule mean that the job of honouring the landmark deal is far from done.

The contribution of the Polish energy sector to the implementation of global climate policy

The PKEE’s report presents the contribution of the Polish electric power industry to the implementation of the global climate policy. One of its main conclusions points out that despite unfavourable circumstances, including the historical dominance of coal-based technologies, the electric power sector is effectively taking measures aimed at the reduction of CO2 emissions.

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EurActiv, 24 Jan 2019: After the COP: Where next for climate action?