ECOLISE review of COP24 climate conference

02 January 2019

Robert Hall, an ECOLISE representative at the recent UN climate meeting in Poland, presents a sober assessment of what was and was not achieved at the meeting.  He concludes

"What the COP 24 leaves us with is space for personal, community and national action to raise ambitions. We can all deliver more, pressure our local governments and regions to become fossil-free earlier and get our national governments to radically revise upward their Paris commitments . . for 2020.”

Read the report


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