With more than 24 hours of delay from the original schedule, the COP24 is finally over. Getting to a deal is probably always better than no deal at all, but crucial questions remain open… Is this enough? Is it already too late?
The COP 24 has just started in Katowice and the EU Commission has released its Evaluation of the 2013 EU Strategy on adaptation to climate change and PESETA III Project just a few weeks ago.
The key findings on risk transfer and the areas in Europe mostly afected by climate change picture the EU ready and determined to fight its battle against climate change.
The substantial increase in the CO2 global emissions registered in 2017 shows that the world is still very far from an absolute decoupling, and it probably also casts doubts on the goodness of the Paris Agreement, and on the more recent internationally shared pledges of green growth.
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