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Reducing emissions drastically in the near term, before 2020, is a precondition for countries to be able to meet the long term goals of the Paris Agreement and avoid the worst impacts of climate change.

In this side event Climate Action Network Europe discusses the most important means countries can take to reduce their emissions immediately, and elaborate on why more speedy and effective action will minimise the damage to our societies imposed by climate change.

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pdf CAN Europe COP23 side event agenda (32 KB)

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Tom

Tom Boyle
Fundraising and Network Outreach Coordinator
tom/at/ caneurope.org
+32 2894 4676

MATHIAS

Mathias Claeys Bouuaert
Network Outreach Officer
mathias /at/ caneurope.org
+32 2893 0827   

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