The long term goal of the Paris Agreement is the commitment to stabilization of the increase in global average temperatures well below 2 degrees, but trying to stay within the +1.5 degrees at the end of the century.
But what is even more important, is the definition of a clear path to reduce emissions through a review of commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions every five years.
It is a balanced and positive agreement, which comes after years of negotiations. It ‘a sign that the energy transformation towards zero net emissions is now underway and unstoppable.
The financial position, is expected to mobilize at least $ 100 billion a year that the industrialized countries will have to mobilize to countries in developing and implementing the compensation mechanism “loss and damage” to the countries most vulnerable.
The Cop21 ended in Paris indicating ambitious, well beyond initial expectations. We can therefore express satisfaction with the conclusions of the summit, the more relevant because in Paris there really was the whole world to share crucial decisions for the future of all, in a kind of “globalization of responsibilities”. A key role must be recognized environmental organizations, which have spurred the political institutions and have been able to impose the issue of climate change into the public. Now opens a new phase in which it is important that each State is fulfilling its commitments and is monitored closely.
The positive voltage of Paris do not have to scatter, and even the awareness must grow and invest the everyday life of our society: respect the objectives of Cop21 fact passes through the choices each of us makes with their own lifestyle.
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