During almost three weeks of negotiations, the Colombian delegation advocated generating agreements between all countries to present more ambitious goals in 2020, taking into account that this will be a critical year, according to science, to reverse the global emissions trend and reach the goals of the Paris Agreement.
COP26, to be held in November 2020 in Glasgow, United Kingdom, should resume discussions on carbon markets. Considerable progress on the financing agenda would also be expected, particularly in relation to the deliberations of the new long-term collective goal under the Paris Agreement.
Colombia reiterates its commitment to seek joint solutions to climate change in the multilateral arena and in parallel advances with the implementation of the Paris Agreement. In 2020 the country will present the update of its Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) and its Long-Term Climate Change Strategy, processes that will count on contributions from government sectors, the economy and with the participation and fundamental contribution of non-state actors.
Taken from: Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development
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