COP22 Marrakech - Morocco
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) went into power in 1994, aimed at reducing greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere. The Conference of the Parties (COP) was assigned as the preeminent administering body of the Convention. To date, 195 nations have presented their instruments of approval. These nations meet once per year, during two weeks, so as to assess the utilization of the Convention and build up the arrangement process between the Parties before new duties. By ideals of this Convention, every one of the Parties have basic yet separated obligations. What's more, they consider the particular way of their national and territorial advancement needs, their objectives and circumstances. As per the prior, their obligations are :
1. Gather and share information on greenhouse gas emissions, national policies and optimal practices.
2. Implement national strategies for addressing the issue on greenhouse gas emissions and adapting to foreseen impacts of climate change, as well as determining the provision of financial and technological support to developing countries.
3. Cooperate to be prepared and adapt to climate change effects.