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Article 6 Paris Agreement Upsc

The exact approach to avoid emission reductions by more than one country is an area where there are significant differences of opinion. It is closely related to the idea of double counting under Article 6.2, with both questions arising on what is considered “within” as “outside” the scope of a country`s PNPC, given that some promises cover only part of the economy. There are strong differences of opinion on how the OMGE should be guaranteed in practice. The issue of taking into account the emission reductions carried forward in accordance with Article 6(4) remains a major point of disagreement. Sound accounting rules are essential to ensure that emission reductions cannot be counted more than once (double counting) and that the environmental integrity of the Paris Agreement is preserved. India was part of the group of emerging countries and India lived up to its accounts as a responsible nation in the fight against climate change. In 2017, the US president announced his intention to withdraw from the agreement. The effective date of the U.S. withdrawal is November 2020. A lack of consensus on how to solve this problem reflects the technical challenges it poses and not the political differences over the appropriate solution, said former co-chair Kizzier. If there is no agreement by the end of COP25, the issue will be taken to COP26 in Glasgow in December 2020, so the UK will set aside diplomatic progress to get it over the line.

“It`s hard to imagine how countries will agree on the right options and the right accounting rules [and] the right methods if we can`t even make a deal to eliminate those that are patently incompatible. I mean, it`s not even climate ambition, in many cases it`s common sense. Although Article 6.7 provides that the annual COP must adopt “rules, modalities and procedures” for the carbon market, in accordance with Article 6.4, there are differences of opinion as to the extent of national control over its operation in relation to the UN Supervisory Board, which signs each draft or methodology. . . .

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