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CAN Europe reaction to today's high level event on the entry into force of the Paris Agreement

Today, at the special high-level event on entry into force of the Paris Agreement at the UN Headquarters in New York, several countries deposited their ratification instruments. Others, including the EU, announced that they will do so before the end of this year. 

In reaction, Wendel Trio, Director at Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe said:

"Today's ratification announcements inject more momentum into the Paris Agreement and are important steps towards getting real action to start. We are pleased to note that the EU, while feeling the international pressure, finally recognised the urgency and is willing to show unity and move its ratification forward. Leaving New York, EU decision-makers must get into poll position and use this opportunity to translate crucial parts of the Agreement into real action. This includes being pro-active and agreeing now on a process to increase its weak 2030 target by the next big international moment in 2018 the latest."

ENDS

Contact:

Ania Drazkiewicz, CAN Europe Communications Coordinator, ania@caneurope.org, +32 494 525 738

Wendel Trio, CAN Europe Director, wendel@caneurope.org, +32 473 170 887

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Ania Drążkiewicz
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Nicolas Derobert
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Stevan Vujasinović
Communications Coordinator for Southeast Europe
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Goksen Sahin
Communications Coordinator
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