Impacts of the Paris agreement on commodity-dependent developing countries

This chapter explores the challenges and opportunities for CDDCs emanating from the Paris Agreement and the global push towards reducing anthropogenic GHG emissions. The Paris Agreement requires all Parties to undertake and communicate national mitigation and adaptation measures to respond to the threat of climate change. In addition, developed countries are required to provide and report on financial assistance, technology transfer and capacity-building support to developing-country Parties to the Agreement. For their part, developing countries are expected to provide information on the support needed and received. Moreover, developing countries in a position to do so are encouraged to also provide and communicate support to other developing countries. Finally, every party is required to regularly provide a national inventory report of anthropogenic emissions by sources and removals by sinks of GHGs, as well as the information necessary to track progress made in implementing and achieving its mitigation and adaptation targets.

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