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di ELISA CALLIARI and CARLO CARRARO / Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei
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Keeping the momentum going after the early entry into force of the Paris Agreement (November 4th 2016) was no easy task. Yet, the very slogan chosen by the Moroccan Presidency for COP22 - the COP of action - had stressed the intention of giving the event the political weight and significance it needed to step up the implementation of the Paris Agreement.


Source: UN Photo Evan Schneider












The Marrakech Climate Change Conference (November 7-19, 2016) was importantly called to host the first meeting of the agreement’s decision- making body (codename: CMA1). This fact inevitably raised expectations for a quick development of the operational guidance needed to get the deal up and running.
At the end of the day, COP22 kept faith with its undertakings, managing not to be remembered just as the COP after Paris.
COP22 was asked to start considering how to shift from what was decided in Paris to how the agreement’s ambitious objectives will actually be fulfilled. Many concrete issues had been left unanswered by the Paris Agreement, including how Parties will communicate their efforts on mitigation, adaptation, climate finance, transfer of technology and capacity building; how efforts will be ambitiously reviewed and scaled up in time; and how a process to facilitate implementation and promote compliance will be designed.
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