WASHINGTON— Country delegates will convene in Bonn, Germany next week for the next round of UN climate negotiations (April 30-May 10). During this session, negotiators need to make considerable progress on designing a robust set of rules to underpin the Paris Agreement (sometimes referred to as the “Paris Rulebook”) so they can be finalized and adopted this December.
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WASHINGTON— World Resources Institute will host a conversation with three of the extraordinary 2018 Goldman Environmental Prize winners in their first appearance in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday April 25 at 11:30 a.m. Join WRI for an intimate discussion with pioneering environmental activists from Africa and Asia and hear their stories about activism in the energy space and regional approaches to the clean energy transition.
This morning Claire Perry, UK Minister of State for Energy and Clean Growth, asked the Committee on Climate Change to review the country's 2050 greenhouse gas target in light of the latest climate science, indicating that the country may be on its way to set a net zero emissions target that would align with the Paris Agreement.