Delegates attending UN climate talks that get underway this weekend will have just two weeks to agree clear rules to underpin the 2015 Paris Agreement. John McGarrity examines how the EU is likely to approach the discussions
The two-week COP24 meeting in the southern Polish city of Katowice, the buckle in the country’s coal and industrial belt, has a deadline to draw up a ‘rulebook’ for Paris and prepare the ground to ratchet up emissions reductions at a magnitude much higher than countries pledged in 2015.
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