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WWF – (Bonn, Germany, 4 September, 2015) – Plans by governments to conclude a new global climate deal in December are under pressure as discussions in Bonn moved along at a snail’s pace, leaving critical issues still to be resolved.
There are just five negotiating days left before Heads of State and Government arrive in Paris to open COP21, the final meeting of the UN climate talks this year. The Paris agreement needs to limit harmful greenhouse gas emissions to keep global temperatures below 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Clearly, there is quite a bit of work still to do to get the fair, ambitious and transformational climate deal the world needs.
Tasneem Essop, WWF’s Head of Delegation to the UN climate negotiations says, “There is consensus that we really, really need to get cracking. Negotiators will have to come to the next session ready to roll up their sleeves and tackle the key issues. Tiếp tục đọc “WWF: UN climate negotiators need to roll up their sleeves to deliver a new global climate deal in Paris”