Madrid, Spain. – The Climate Convention today is in its second week of sessions in Madrid, a decisive moment for the approval of documents to guide actions for 2020 and the implementation of the Paris Agreement.
Precisely Article 6 of the Agreement itself, aimed at regulating the carbon market is a controversial issue and that developing countries reject, because according to specialists, emissions should be minimized as much as possible.
It is for this reason that for next year the countries will have to define their new commitments, as well as adaptation and mitigation actions to be presented at COP 26, to be developed in the Scottish city of Glasgow.
This week meetings are planned with the young Swedish activist Greta Thunberg and former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, known for his actions at the global level for the care of the environment.
(Taken from Radio Reloj in Spanish)