13 national and sub-national case studies from different parts of the world are presented in this comparative analysis as examples for policy-makers and stakeholders interested in developing long-term climate policy frameworks that are compatible with the Paris Agreement. This analysis of Eco-logic Institute is available for download.
Governments around the world have already adopted long-term climate frameworks, many in legal form. Many others are in the process of developing similar laws or strategies. These overarching long-term frameworks are critical to effectively implementing the Paris Agreement, as tools for managing the necessary transformation of all sectors of the economy. Such climate frameworks help set appropriate long-term targets, chart pathways towards them and identify the necessary policies. They can also help build political support, engage stakeholders and expert advice and create accountability. And they can facilitate raising ambition further — as foreseen under the new Paris sys-tem. The 13 case studies from different parts of the world all show unique features, which this re-port presents as examples for policy-makers and stakeholders interested in developing similar frameworks, that are compatible with the Paris Agreement.
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