The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is a dual term referring to both the first international environmental treaty aimed at combating climate change signed at the Rio Earth Summit 1992 and the UN Secretariat responsible for overseeing the convention.
As a result the UNFCCC has been responsible for the management of all subsequent negotiations to agree international climate change treaties, such as the Kyoto deal, the Copenhagen Summit, and the Mexico Summit.
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Rebecca Willis argues the controversial decision to approve a new coal mine in the UK is symptomatic of a wider political failure