REPORT: Paris Agreement in practice, what next for Africa and developing countries?

This report summarises the findings of the 3rd Global Climate Policy Conference (GCPC) held on the 13th and 14th July 2016 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Despite the comprehensive and universal nature of the Paris Agreement on climate change, much support is still necessary to help developing countries deliver on their pledges. Specifically, there is a need to support the implementation of national plans, given technology and capacity gaps, as well as inadequate international climate finance.

It is clear that Africa is particularly vulnerable to climate change, both in terms of environment and people’s needs, so much more has to be done to ensure that the Paris Agreement works for Africa and other developing countries.

This report was developed for Climate Strategies, an international network of senior climate change policy experts aiming to bridge the gap between research and policy.

Read more here. The full report is accessible here.

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