Scientists are certain that as the impacts of a warming atmosphere bite harder, small islands will be the first to suffer as a result of rising seas or more intense storms. Expect the host Fijians to ram this message home at COP23.
9 things to look out for at COP23:
- The UK-Canada alliance against coal.
- Policing climate action: Talks on a Paris Agreement rule book kick off again this week.
- Polluters in court: Climate litigation is now a thing.
- Attributing extreme weather to greenhouse gases: It is now possible to quantitatively determine the contribution of individual countries to global mean temperature change.
- Pre-2020 action: We know we need to bend the curve of emissions by 2020.
- Poland and the Talanoa Dialogue: Does the world really want Poland to be guiding global climate talks through 2018?
- The (Trump who?) US pavilion: State leaders have stepped in to fund a vast pavilion on the edges of the talks.
- The Macron Factor: Can France’s youthful leader in tandem with Canada’s Trudeau offer genuine leadership on climate?
- Oil prices: OPEC is contemplating a rise to $60–70 a barrel.
Read the full article on COP23 by Ed King at ImpactAlpha
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