Boost climate plans before Paris text is adopted, urges Dutch think tank

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Ramping up ambition of national climate plans before Paris text is formally adopted in April 2017 will drive momentum for low-carbon transition, says IEECP

Nations should consider boosting the ambition of their national climate plans ahead of the formal adoption of the Paris Agreement in April 2017, according to Dutch climate think tank the Institute for...

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