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24 Nov 2017

Study compares long-term policy frameworks for implementation of Paris Agreement


A long-term policy approach to achieving the climate protection effects required by the Paris Agreement is crucial for the successful transformation of the affected economic sectors, but progress in this field varies considerably across different countries, a study drafted by the environmental research organisation ecologic has found. The policy frameworks “chart pathways” and “identify necessary policies” for the Paris deal’s aims, but also “help build political support, engage stakeholders and expert advice, and create accountability”, ecologic says.

Find the study in English here.

See the CLEW dossier COP23 – All eyes on Germany for background on current international climate diplomacy and the factsheet on Germany’s Climate Action Plan 2050.

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