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It is clear that we need to keep the pressure up and push large economies, including the European Union, to show more ambition and take the lead in coming months in line with the objectives set by the Secretary General Antonio Guterres on submitting renewed and more ambitious commitments by both nationally determined contributions NDCs and long-term strategies , stopping new coal projects and mobilising the required finance.
What about Europe?
The European Union came empty-handed insofar as no announcement was made regarding the succession of ambition. On the other hand, we have seen a country like Greece announce the closure of its coal-fired power plants long before Germany. With many of the large emitters lagging behind, expectations for the European Union and its member states to act were high.
In that sense, the EU did not go far enough at this Summit to lead the way. This higher level of ambition is what the world expects of Europe as a world leader.
The EU and its member states will now need to move to action; to share a message that goes beyond despair and show that taking ambitious climate action is something that we can do. They can lead by example. Ten countries blocked attempts by the others to commit outright to an increase there and then.
What are the positive take away of the UN Summit? The increase in contributions to the Green Climate Fund? It is now clear that all countries, but also other companies, investors and cities will need to set and implement a target to reach net zero carbon emissions by or soon after. A new trend has crystallised for companies to commit to climate action.
Many big coal players including China, India, Indonesia and Colombia remained silent. However, many references were made to curtailing existing coal or even phasing it out. Some positive signals also came from private finance with investors and financial regulators announcing new measures to address climate risk. Finally, one of the most powerful signals from this Summit was the power embodied by the youth movement both on the streets for the climate strikes taking place before and after the Summit, and as conveyed in several interventions at the Summit itself.
They made clear that the current response to the climate emergency is inadequate, and that they will be keeping up the pressure up.
They made it clear to government and business leaders that it is no longer acceptable to not do something. Estonia has joined a group of 24 member states in favour of an EU plan to slash greenhouse gas emissions drastically by , leaving only the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland unconvinced.
The science is clear. We have very little time to act. It is the moment when we will need to implement it.