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'India will achieve climate change targets a decade ahead of deadline'

The negotiations at Katowice are going to focus more on the rules and procedures required to implement the Paris Agreement than on reopening and restarting negotiations

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As world leaders gather in Katowice, Poland, for the 24th Conference of Parties (COP), the highest decision-making body of the United Nations Convention on Climate Change, four former COP presidents have warned that the world “is at a crossroads” and world leaders must take “decisive action” that includes “protecting those most vulnerable to climate change”. The ongoing negotiations, which started on December 2 and will go on until December 14, are being considered the most critical since the 2015 Paris Agreement, under which countries agreed to ...