The Analytical Review of Climate Negotiations on the Results of the 28th Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC has been published in Russian. It considers the key results of COP28 and prospects for Central Asian countries.
“I believe that the review will become one of the basic materials for action in the coming years,” said the review author and an international expert at the Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia (CAREC), Alexei Kokorin.
“CAREC's analytical review plays is special. It focuses on the development of climate action in Central Asia and is aimed at the audience of this region. It is designed for a wide range of stakeholders in the Central Asian countries, representing government agencies, business, youth, NGOs and the media,” Alexei Kokorin emphasizes.
The review is based on official COP28 documents, statements by countries, international organizations, companies and banks, analytical work and expert feedback.
It consists of four parts. The first is general information about COP28 and the work of the Central Asia Pavilion. The second is the main part that considers the main decisions of the conference. The third part summarizes the COP28 declarations and initiatives that are most important for the Central Asian countries, as well as the issues of mountain countries. The final part of the review is devoted to a debriefing focused on the Central Asian countries.
“There, after the results of COP28, there is a section that provides proposals and recommendations for the actions of the Central Asian countries in the coming years,” says Alexei Kokorin.
Download theUNFCCC COP28 Climate Negotiations Analytical Review. It is available in Russian
Recall that in November 2023, Alexei Kokorin prepared a review on the climate negotiations on the eve of the UNFCCC COP28 available in Russian (the “Useful Information” section on the thematic page of COP28 and the Central Asia Pavilion).
These reviews were prepared by CAREC within the framework of the project “Strengthening the Coordination and Positioning of Central Asia in Global Climate Processes” funded by GIZ.
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