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Parliamentary questions
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16 November 2015
Question for written answer E-014758-15
to the Commission
Rule 130
Fernando Maura Barandiarán (ALDE)

 Subject:  Paris climate change summit
 Answer in writing 

After analysing the commitments made by 147 countries in advance of the Paris climate change summit, the UN believes that the efforts made by governments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions between 2020 and 2030 are insufficient to tackle global warming and ensure that, by the end of the century, the average temperature will have risen by less than 2°C, which is the main objective of the Paris summit. The International Energy Agency has reached a similar conclusion, calculating, on the basis of those commitments, that by 2100 the average temperature will have risen by 2.7°C

What mitigation measures will therefore be proposed to ensure that global warming is kept below 2°C?

Funding is another issue which remains unresolved following the pre-summit negotiations.

How will contributions to the Green Climate Fund, to which the states party to the Convention will be contributing USD 100 billion a year from 2020, be structured?

How does the Commission believe developing countries will be affected by the fact they are being asked to grow in coming decades without emissions?

Original language of question: ES 
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