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Paris Agreement Energy Transition

The IEA and TERI have created pathways for decarbonisation and sustainable development in important energy sectors. For example, the IEA`s Sustainable Development Mechanism (SDS) shows how the global energy sector can change course to achieve important energy goals for sustainable development, including climate change. In addition to pathways, monitoring tools based on the latest data and rigorous analyses of all fuels and technologies help countries identify the current state and support the development of recommendations for action. Four years after world leaders met on the Paris climate agreement – and a 4% increase in global carbon emissions later – COP25 in Madrid failed to achieve what it had planned: reaching agreement on international carbon markets, a mechanism designed to make it easier for many countries to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. COP25 shows once again how divided the world is on climate change. Meanwhile, global temperatures continue to rise, scientific predictions are clearer than ever, and a growing number of people are calling on their governments to act. Rebecca Bertram reports that this event will focus on these issues by involving CoR rapporteurs who will provide key messages, followed by a global perspective from ICLEI, the Focal Point for Local Governments and Local Authorities (LGMA). Frédéric Simon reports Despite growing public pressure, both coalition parties in Merkel`s climate cabinet are in favour of taxation or market-based trading systems to deal with the climate crisis, instead of new regulations to develop renewable energy or take tough measures to get out of fossil fuels. L. Michael Buchsbaum takes a look At what will happen to European regions and cities in the energy transition towards a climate-neutral Europe by 2050? During open group sessions and plenary sessions, the meeting highlighted the possibilities, solutions and possible pathways for a European energy transition in different thematic and contextual contexts, namely coal regions, island regions, energy poverty, smart cities and energy communities. . . .