Under Secretary General Wu Hongbo Highlights the needs for transformation to a low carbon economy ahead of Paris Climate Change Conference
The UN Paris Climate Change conference, is due to go ahead on November 30 to December 11, despite the terrorist attacks in the French capital earlier in the month.
Will this much-anticipated conference produce a strong agreement that will create a cleaner and safer world after 2020?
How should the roles and responsibilities of developed and developing countries be balanced?
Will developed countries honour their promises to provide the US$100 billion a year by 2020 for adaptation and mitigation initiatives and how will they ensure financing and technology transfer to developing countries?
Will the agreement in Paris have real “teeth” to ensure the document adopted by the international community is implemented? In the following interview, you will hear from Wu Hongbo, UN Under Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs.