Heads of key UN-institutions, senior national legislators from 50 different countries and the
The study covers the countries which are responsible for 88 % of the global climate emissions, and found a series of politically important things which might have a direct effect on the success of the international negotiations, which will take place in
The climate study shows that 64 of the 66 countries have progressed or are progressing significant climate and/or energy-related legislation. Even though the legislation in the countries is very different, the countries are mostly experiencing improved energy security, greater resource-efficiency and cleaner, lower carbon economic growth.
It is still not enough to avoid the climate change we are facing, but it is, however, putting in place the mechanisms to measure, report and verify emissions, a pre-requisite for a credible global climate treaty.
Responding to the Study, the
Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework on Climate Change (UNFCCC),
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