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?
24-01-2019 (updated: 25-02-2019 )
COP24 President Michal Kurtyka (3-L), UNFCCC executive secretary Patricia Espinosa (2-L), deputy UN Secretary of State for Climate Change, Ovais Sarmad (L) and secretary of the COP Marcel Main Sancho (4-L) during the official closing ceremony of the COP24 UN Climate Summit in Katowice, Poland, 15 December 2018. [Photo: EPA-EFE/MAREK ZIMNY POLAND OUT]
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