A more flexible strategy, a willingness to accept nonbinding commitments, and smart leadership by the French all helped secure a climate deal in Paris. The real work lies ahead, but Paris created a strong, if long overdue, foundation on which to begin building a carbon-free future.
Ahead of the Paris climate summit in December 2015, past and present delegates to the United Nations negotiations explain their motivation to fight climate change. (The photographs in this gallery are not for sale)
On the night of December 12, in the French city of Paris, almost exactly a month after the horrific terrorist attacks there, the leaders of nearly two hundred countries of the world adopted the historic Paris Agreement on Climate Change under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) which will replace the Kyoto Protocol from now on.
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Saleemul Huq sheds his light on the Paris Agreement. Illuminating read!
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