The Global CSS Institute has released a report on the outcomes from the recent UN Climate Change Conference (COP 27). The Global CCS Institute is an international think tank whose mission is to accelerate the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS), a vital technology to tackle climate change and deliver climate neutrality.
During the UN Climate Change Conference (COP 27) held between 6 and 18 of November 2022, all Parties to the UNFCCC came together to effectively tackle climate change and ensure the full implementation of the Paris Agreement.
The Institute was on the ground in Sharm el-Sheikh as an Observer to follow the negotiations process, engage in CCS relevant discussions as well as host and take part in several side events.
In this newly released report, we outline our main takeaways from COP 27 from a CCS perspective, assessing the road ahead for net-zero targets and international climate policy. The report further unpacks:
- The Global Stocktake (GST) and its impacts
- Key decisions on Article 6
- The forum on the implementation of response measures
- The newly established joint work programme of the Technology Executive Committee (TEC) and the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN)
Please download a copy by clicking below.
The report, authored by the Institute’s Senior Policy Adviser on International Climate Change, Noora Al Amer, is part of a series dedicated to COP 27 and the role of CCS in the implementation of the Paris Agreement.
Source: Global CSS Institute