Taking stock of Durban

Taking stock of Durban : Review of key outcomes and the road ahead / Chad Carpenter. UNDP, April 2012, 44 p.

http://www.undpcc.org/docs/Bali%20Road%20Map/English/UNDP_Taking%20Stock%20of%20Durban.pdf

Presentation (© UNDP) :

The Durban Climate Conference in December 2011 represented a significant step forward for the United Nations climate change process. Although its outcomes continue to be debated, the Durban Conference could prove to be a game-changing conference for the climate negotiations. Governments adopted a comprehensive package of decisions—including an agreement to initiate a second commitment period for the Kyoto Protocol and the « Durban Platform » to negotiate a long-term, all inclusive future mitigation regime that includes a process to address the « ambition gap » for stabilizing average global temperature increases at 2 degrees Celsius over pre-industrial levels. They also adopted a range of decisions designed to implement the 2010 Cancun Agreements, including launching a new Green Climate Fund and developing stronger requirements for the reporting and review of countries’ mitigation efforts.


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