Monitoring the Paris AgreementThe Paris Agreement will be transformed into a series of activities in many areas, such as finance, climate change, adaptation, capacity building, disaster management, disaster management, governance, planning and evaluation monitoring, agriculture and food, energy, water, forestry, infrastructure, health, fisheries, ecosystem services , transport, land, local government, human rights, the integration of women and men, regional cooperation, to name a few. It will need a huge amount of expertise, as well as a specific institution and specific human resources. Many of these themes will be long-term activities (5-15 years and older), while some short-term activities (1 to 2 years) could follow through on the Paris Agreement. Heads of State and Government Upstream This is the first time that all the major heads of state or government are at the forefront at the beginning of the conference. They presented their positive expectations and high hopes for the agreement and the need for success. This had created an atmosphere of positive results. The agreement also included, in other areas, issues related to the fight against poverty, universal access to sustainable energy for developing countries and increased participation by all partners. The agreement also included all party and party stakeholders, with texts such as “the accession agreement and the promotion of regional and international cooperation, to mobilize stronger and more ambitious measures for climate change from all parties and stakeholders, including civil society, the private sector, financial institutions, cities and other sub-national authorities. local communities and indigenous peoples.” Ambitious and targetedThe focus on innovation was to make the agreement ambitious and focused. In this regard, key decision-makers using science and a sense of urgency have focused on key issues of the need for rapid reduction for all countries. In the corridors that followed the agreement, industrialized countries were hoping for funds from both rich and emerging industrialized countries.
As a result, those who receive funding have not been implemented. Future follow-up was therefore left following future negotiations. So there was a lot of skepticism about whether Paris would reach an agreement. If there is no agreement in Paris, the planet is expected to experience temperatures above 3 degrees Celsius by 2100. This would challenge human planetary civilizations, their food, water and subsistence papers, and increase the likelihood of a drastic reduction in the number of species and increased acidification of the oceans. All countries would experience a dramatic increase in extreme environmental conditions and would also threaten poverty-fighting opportunities and the new SDGs. As a result, global risks to the economy, development and the environment were too high. Focusing on unionThe ministerial meeting (supported by experts and bureaucrats) in recent days had appealed to decision-makers and incorporated many of their concerns and themes.