Achieving the socio-economic transformation towards greenhouse gas neutrality in the second half of this century, as agreed in the Paris Agreement, requires an unprecedented effort to realign public and private investments across all economic sectors. Additionally, significant investments are needed to make societies and economies resilient to more frequent extreme weather events inducing severe floods and droughts.
- Climate action and agriculture in international processes and options for future work outside UNFCCC
- Options for outcomes on the Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture at COP26 and future work on agriculture under the UNFCCC
- Results of the KJWA – Options for outcomes to be included in the report back to the UNFCCC and further use