About two hundred countries agreed on rules for climate agreement

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In turn, the United States reaffirmed its unwillingness to respect the climate agreement.

According to the results of the two-week UN talks in Poland, nearly 200 countries endorsed a set of rules that govern Charter of Paris climate 2015, reports citing .

In the rules, in particular, contain paragraphs on how countries will report their emissions of greenhouse gases and the government to reduce them.

At the same time, the newspaper notes, the negotiators refused to take more effective measures to combat global warming.

In turn, the United States reaffirmed its unwillingness to respect the climate agreement.

As informed, during discussions and meetings at COP24 in the Polish Katowice, which lasted until 14 December, delegates from nearly 200 countries must elaborate a so-called Book of rules on implementation of the Paris climate agreement. The main aim of the Paris climate agreement – to prevent the global average temperature increase within 2°C (possible – no more than 1.5°C) compared to before the industrial revolution, when mankind started to burn a huge amount of fossil fuels, leading to climate change.

Each country pledged to contribute to the achievement of these two objectives, the so-called national defined contributions. Every five years States must report on the contributions made to the Secretariat of the UN framework Convention on climate change and to set new goals. The first report, countries should provide in 2023.

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