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12 Dez 2015

International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)

ITUC Response to Paris Climate Summit Conclusions

The Paris deal recognises the reality of the climate threat, but only takes us part of the way…The Paris decisions acknowledge the challenges and move global action forward, but…the capacity to leverage ambition on the scale required to stabilise the planet is still a question for the future…The Paris scorecard is compromised by countries which put the protection of their immediate national interests ahead of a sustainable planet and a common future. The ITUC laid down 3 top lines for the Summit. 1. To raise ambition and realize the job potential of climate action…- MISSING 2. To deliver on climate finance and support the most vulnerable…- WEAK 3. To commit to securing a just transition for workers and their communities…- A FIRST STEP ON WHICH WE WILL BUILD…Arising from the COP, unions will demand…the dialogue that will see a national plan for decarbonisation, clean energy and jobs…

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Calls to focus on human rights in govt. & company actions

Civil society & business reactions to Paris climate agreement