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COP21 – Klimavertrag kommentiert

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COP21 – Klimavertrag kommentiert

Mitigation und Adaptation dominieren den Vertragsentwurf, die Lösung -
extremely cheap renewable energies - wird mit keinem Wort direkt erwähnt.

Daher haben wir in §2 PURPOSE das Ziel definiert [20% LOW COST RENEWABLES BY
2020, 80% BY [2050] WORLDWIDE].

Ebenso haben wir in §3 MITIGATION [AND RENEWABLE ENERGY IMPLEMENTATION]
eingefügt.

 
Das ist eigentlich der Wichtigste Punkt: Wir brauchen einen
Paradigmenwechsel: Positive Ausbauziele extrem günstiger Erneuerbarer
Energien – ein SELBSTLÄUFER für Paris!

Wie kriegen wir diesen Punkt in das Agreement?

Dr. Ingo Stuckmann, Zero Emission Think Tank

Artikel auf let`s face it,  <http://www.zepface.it/> www.zepface.it 

 

DETAILS:

Im folgenden fassen wir die wesentlichen Punkte des Entwurfs des Pariser
Klimavertrages vom 5.10.2015 in Originalformulierungen zusammen. Unsere
Änderungen sind  [IN GROSSBUCHSTABEN]:
 

5.10.2015 Draft Agreement:

A.  DRAFT AGREEMENT

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change “the Convention”

 

Article 2 (PURPOSE) 

1. a global response to the urgent threat of climate change, with a view to
promoting the global

transformation to low-emission societies and economies.

2. deep cuts in global greenhouse gas emissions are urgently required, with
a view to reducing such emissions so as to hold the increase in the global
average temperature [below 2 °C]

3. [LOW COST] RENEWABLE ENERGIES ARE AVAILABLE TODAY; AND AMBITIOUS TARGETS
FOR THE WORLDWIDE IMPLEMENTATION OF[20% BY 2020 AND 80% BY 2050] ARE
URGENTLY REQUIRED; TO DRASTICALLY REDUCE GLOBAL GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS [BY
2050].

 

Article 3 (MITIGATION)

1. Defines the [date] for the peaking of greenhouse gas emissions, AND,
DEFINES 20% IMPLEMENTATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGIES BY 2020 AND 80% BY [2050]
to reach carbon neutrality. 

2. The Parties (Countries) shall regularly communicate a nationally
determined mitigation [AND RENEWABLE ENERGY IMPLEMENTATION], that shall be
progressively more ambitious, communicated every five years

7. There will be a public registry, with transparent and comparable
standards 

12. Developing countries are eligible for support in the implementation of
mitigation AND RENEWABLE ENERGIES

 

Article 4 (ADAPTATION)

1. adaptation is a challenge faced by all, with local, national, regional
and international dimensions … to protect people, livelihoods and
ecosystems.

2. the greater their mitigation efforts, the less adaptation will be needed.

9. Developing country Parties are eligible for support. 

 

Article 5 (LOSS AND DAMAGE)

The plan is to address loss and damage associated with climate change
impacts [Note: A Global Climate Change insurance may be planned for
developing countries]

 

Article 6 (FINANCE)

1. Over time, all finance flows should promote the transformation to
low-emission societies and

economies. 

2. Developed countries should take the lead and provide support to
developing countries for both mitigation [, RENEWABLE ENERGIES
IMPLEMENTATION] and adaptation.

5. The climate fund shall be USD 100 billion per year from 2020 on.

8. Countries should strive to improve domestic enabling environments to
attract low-emission AND ZERO EMISSION RENEWABLE ENERGY investments for: 

(b) international development assistance shall integrate climate
considerations

(c) Reduce international support for high-emission and maladaptive
investments;

(d) ESTABLISH AND/OR JOIN EXISTING [CAP&TRADE] CARBON EMISSIONS MARKETS AND
TO LEVY CARBON IMPORT TAXES [BEYOND 2020] FROM NON-CONFORMING PARTIES]

12. Climate Finance talks to be held biennially

 

Article 7 (TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFER)

1.      technology is important for mitigation and adaptation

it is planned to improve enabling environments and address barriers.

2. adopt a technology framework to provide direction and guidance to the
existing institutions

4. Developing country Parties are eligible for support. 

 

Article 8 (CAPACITY-BUILDING)

1. Capacity-building, particularly for developing countries, means to
identify, design and implement adaptation and mitigation actions; facilitate
technology development and finance;

2. Capacity-building should be guided by lessons learned

An international capacity-building mechanism shall be established for the
Countries

 

Article 9 (TRANSPARENCY)

1. Building a transparency system to ensure clarity and tracking of progress
made in mitigation [AND RENEWABLE ENERGY IMPLEMENTATION] and adaptation
progress

 

Article 10 (GLOBAL STOCKTAKE)

first stocktaking in [2023] (“Inventur”)

 

Article 13 (SECRETARIAT)

a secretariat is established

 

Article 14 (SBSTA AND SBI)

The Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) and the
Subsidiary Body for Implementation (SBI) are established

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