He mentioned that the accord includes the objective to keep the maximum temperature rise to below 2 degrees Celsius; the commitment to list developed country emission reduction targets and mitigation action by developing countries for 2020; USD 30 billion short-term funding for immediate action till 2012 and USD 100 billion annually by 2020 in long-term financing, as well as mechanisms to support technology transfer and forestry.
The Summary of the 15th Conference of Parties to UNFCCC Presented by Environment and Energy Group of Bureau for Development Policy of United Nations Development Programme (eng)
Attachment 1. UNFCCC press release on COP15/CMP5 (eng)
Attachment 2. The Copenhagen Accord (eng, arm)
Complete materials of the COP-15 are available from the UNFCCC web-site.
The position of the Republic of Armenia on association with the Copenhagen Accords adopted at the 15th session of the Conference of Parties to the UNFCCC is stated in the Note Verbale addressed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of RA to the Secretariat of the Convention on January 29, 2010.
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