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19 December 2016 Toward a global policy against climate change
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With this new post, now that we are approaching the end of 2016, I would like to recall the importance of the approval of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change at the conference of the parties (COP21), held just one year ago, in December 2015 in Paris, which renewed the goals of the Kyoto Protocol and established a worldwide action plan to limit global warming well below 2ºC above the levels of the pre-industrial era at the end of this century.

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30 November 2015 The most decisive climate summit
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We are just a few days away from one of the most important world summits of this century, the 21st Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, COP21.

The aim of this summit is to establish a before and an after in international agreements reviewing the objectives and commitments of countries in the face of climate change, completely renewing the Kyoto Protocol. This meeting is of crucial importance for the future of the planet, and the involvement of all, both developed and developing countries, is one of the major challenges to change the trend of a rapid increase in the planet’s average temperature and its consequences.

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