Bonn progress needs robust framework for major polluting countries

Talks on technical details aim to align like-for-like emission cuts for all big emitters entering talks at COP 23

EU delegates at Bonn will be seeking to pin down big emitters on parallel emission cuts. Photograph: PixabayEU negotiators are hoping to make progress in negotiating the rules for the Paris Agreement at upcoming climate talks in Bonn so that all major emitters can demonstrate like-for-like emissions cuts when the 2015 climate accord is put into effect.

The meeting in Bonn from 6-17 November, which is being held under Fiji’s presidency, is largely technical in nature and will not grab the headlines in the way  the landmark agreement in Paris did two years ago.

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