After two weeks of marathon negotiations and negotiations, the United Nations Climate Conference in Katowitz, Poland, made significant progress on the 15th local time. Nearly 200 countries agreed on the rules of action on how to deal with climate change in the next step. This marks the completion of the Paris Climate Agreement, which set a common goal of limiting global temperature rise to less than 1.5 degrees Celsius.
On December 2, the UN Climate Conference opened in Katowitz, Poland. Reuters said the two-week negotiations were considered the most important UN climate conference since the Paris Accord was reached in 2015. The main task of the conference is to complete the formulation of the implementation rules of the Paris Accord, lay the foundation for national action to deal with climate change after 2020, and retain the last chance of mankind. The special report issued by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) before the current climate conference pointed out that the goal of controlling global warming to less than 1.5 degrees Celsius is achievable, but only if governments take measures to promote change. The conference held a marathon negotiation on how to calculate emission reductions and implement climate funds. The parties involved in the negotiation had different opinions on the report of the Intergovernmental Climate Change Committee. Most of the participating countries advocated positive approval of the report. However, the United States, Saudi Arabia, Russia and Kuwait believed that registering was enough, and even prevented the parties from actively recognizing it. Yes.
The conference was postponed for one day because of differences among the negotiating parties on some issues. Eventually, nearly 200 participating countries reached an agreement on 15 days to agree on specific rules of action based on the Paris Agreement. At the opening ceremony of the Climate Conference, UN Secretary-General Guterres said, We cant afford to fail in Katowice.