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Stock-taking of the International Climate Negotiations after Warsaw

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The international climate negotiations are in a crucial phase. One and a half years before the un climate conference in Paris where the new climate protection agreement is supposed to be agreed many questions remain open. The international climate conference in Warsaw in fall 2013 brought some clarity with regard to the process towards Paris. In particular, it was agreed that Parties should submit their intended nationally determined (greenhouse gas mitigation) contributions well before Paris. However, with regard to the substance of the new agreement only little progress was made. One of the most important achievements of the Warsaw conference was the Warsaw Mechanism on loss and damage.

Affiliations: 1: German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety, Berlin,;


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