Beyond Paris: 5 Key Outcomes from COP21 [Infographic & Paper]

Jan 5, 2016

On December 12th, representatives from 195 countries and the EU gathered in the French capital reached a universal agreement on global climate action as the outcome of the 21st United Nations Climate Change Conference, known simply as COP21. 

Ecometrica has highlighted five key outcomes from COP21, and detailed them in the infographic below:

COP21 Infographic

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So what were the key outcomes from COP21, what criticisms have been levelled at the historic agreement, and how are businesses already getting involved?For more detailed information on the outcomes from COP21, you can download our free paper below, entitled “Beyond the historical Paris Agreement, the success of business mobilization”. 

Authored by Sandy Gain, Climate Change Analyst at Ecometrica, the paper goes into further detail about the outcomes from COP21, gives some great examples of existing corporate projects, and analyses some of the criticisms that have been levelled at the agreement despite it coming with universal acclaim.

Use the link below to download the paper:

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