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La conférence climat de Lima : aller de l'avant en tirant les enseignements du passé

Abstract : The Lima Climate Conference: Moving Forward While Learning from the Past. The overall expectation of the Conference of the parties under the United Nations framework Convention on climate change, held in Lima, in December 2014, was to advance, as much as possible, towards an agreement to be concluded in 2015, in Paris. However, parties only agreed on the basis of the lowest common denominator. At this stage, nothing guarantees that their national contributions will be sufficient to maintain the elevation of global temperature bellow 2°C. The numerous options still on the table for the elements of a draft negotiating text leave the door very open, ranging from an ambitious to a weak agreement in 2015. The progress realised towards the implementation of previous decisions adopted on the basis of the Cancún Agreements, for the pre-2020 period, may nevertheless help to build confidence between parties in order to take the proper way forward before the Paris Conference.
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Marion Lemoine-Schonne. La conférence climat de Lima : aller de l'avant en tirant les enseignements du passé. Revue Juridique de l'Environnement, Société française pour le droit de l'environnement — SFDE, 2015, 40 (2), pp. 310-328. ⟨halshs-01564691⟩



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