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Benedetto Della Vedova, Presidente in carica del Consiglio. Nutriamo grandi speranze e aspettative sul fatto che il vertice produca tra le parti un clima di fiducia reciproco e generi lo slancio politico necessario per contribuire a un esito positivo dei negoziati internazionali sul clima, in vista di un accordo globale alla conferenza di Parigi nel dicembre del prossimo anno.
Il quinto rapporto di valutazione del gruppo intergovernativo di esperti sul cambiamento climatico sottolinea ancora una volta l'esigenza di interventi globali urgenti se non vogliamo lasciare alle generazioni future il compito di fronteggiare il cambiamento climatico che avanza.
L'Unione europea continua pertanto a lavorare alacremente sia a livello interno sia nel quadro dell'UNFCCC nella lotta contro il cambiamento climatico. L'Unione europea e i suoi Stati membri sono determinati a raggiungere un accordo globale a Parigi nel Sono necessari impegni ambiziosi in materia di mitigazioni per mantenere l'aumento della temperatura media mondiale al di sotto dei due gradi centigradi rispetto ai livelli preindustriali.
Nel marzo del il Consiglio europeo ha annunciato che in ottobre avrebbe preso una decisione su un quadro per le politiche dell'energia e del clima fino al Speriamo che altri facciano altrettanto. Esiste un elevato grado di consapevolezza a livello dell'Unione europea e degli Stati membri riguardo all'importanza dei finanziamenti per il clima.
Essi sono impegnati, assieme ad altri, per mobilitare cento miliardi di dollari entro il , oltre ad essere pronti ad avviare quest'anno la capitalizzazione iniziale del fondo verde per il clima.
Connie Hedegaard, Member of the Commission. It is very clear that we see eye-to-eye on what is the purpose of this huge international event on climate change next week in New York. It is clear that the purpose of such a meeting must be to try to create renewed momentum and more awareness.
It is clear that the European objective must be that the agreement reached next year in Paris must be sufficiently ambitious to make it credible that the world will stay below the two degrees Celsius threshold, as was agreed by leaders in Copenhagen in It is also worth noting that we are actually to a large extent talking about a new generation of Heads of State, because governments have changed so fast that we really need to bring these messages and this issue to the top of governments, many of which have changed heads of state since the last similar meeting in September I think we have already had a rehearsal at the recent Bonn Ministerial meeting back in June, where we really made a united effort and portrayed a united Europe.
It is a Europe that is both credible in our own action and responsive to the needs of the most vulnerable. That means that it is also absolutely key next week that our governments send a very strong signal that Europe intends to deliver on our financial pledges made in Copenhagen.
I believe that the summit will see EU leaders reaffirm their commitment to the Paris agreement timetable and to tabling our contribution on time, which is the first quarter next year, after this October when we will have adopted our own targets. This is not just wishful thinking. It is something that the leaders of the European Union have twice said will happen, in March and again in June: that we will have the targets known by next month.
It is essential, though, that all the major economies in the G20 also table their contributions in the first quarter next year. The EU will press strongly for this during the summit. We want a single ambition and leadership across the different thematic areas of the Summit, which range from climate finance to energy, to agriculture, to cities and the economic case for action.
And Member States of course have their own planned national announcements that will be made. The EU will also express its support for the many UN-led initiatives which will be launched at the summit, among them an initiative on HFCs; a statement on HFCs, which is very, very important; the Global Alliance for Climate-Smart Agriculture and the carbon pricing statement — it is a good thing that the carbon-pricing family is actually growing globally — and the global forest declaration.
The EU wants to ensure that the summit delivers a political outcome which meets our objectives for , particularly on commitments to reach an ambitious agreement in Paris, on ensuring that major economies table their CO 2 reduction contributions by March , and on climate finance.
Hopefully, as I said, the involvement of Heads of State will give a push towards Lima, because it is not all about Paris next year. In order for Paris to be a success, already in Lima we need to start to have text on the table and that is what we should push for with the momentum that can be created in New York next week. And then a final point: I also hope that the message will come clearly through that it is essential that all parties, particularly the big emitters, present no later than the first quarter of their contributions: what they intend to do.
Why is that important? Because we need time, prior to Paris, to see whether the combined global effort will be enough to make us stay below the two degrees. That is basically what Paris should be all about and that must be the ambition level that we have for Paris. Das stimmt sicherlich. Der Gipfel diese Woche wird ein erster Schritt sein. Aber bei aller Wichtigkeit sollten wir auch nicht zu viel erwarten. Erneuerbare Energien sind auch aus meiner Sicht wichtig. Wir werden die neue Kommission auch an dieses Versprechen erinnern.
Een fait divers op het pak wetenschappelijk werk waaruit wij weten dat klimaatverandering niet iets is dat gaat gebeuren, maar waar wij middenin zitten. Wat wij derhalve moeten doen is snel ageren en ervoor zorgen dat wij een verschijnsel waar wij middenin zitten kunnen indijken en de gevolgen beter kunnen inschatten. Vandaar - het is al gezegd door de voorzitter van de Raad en de commissaris - is de klimaatconferentie in Lima een eerste belangrijke stap. Want wat wij nodig hebben zijn heldere, ambitieuze, afdwingbare en controleerbare doelstellingen voor de hele wereld.
Om dat te kunnen doen hebben wij eerst eigen verantwoordelijkheid nodig. Ik wil mij aansluiten bij de complimenten. De afgelopen vijf jaar is het bijzonder moeilijk gegaan op klimaatgebied en is er bijzonder slecht vooruitgang geboekt, ook in de Europese Unie.
I look forward to that, because I think it could have real political influence. Of course, all the parties present in New York are already committed to agreeing a new global and legally-binding deal by COP 21 in Paris.
In the ECR, we recognise that developed countries need to take a leading role in the reduction of emissions, but we have always questioned the sense of forging too far ahead too quickly with unilateral action.
That action may disadvantage the EU economy without any real impact on greenhouse gas emissions. This has been a constant theme in the five years I have been in this Parliament. At times, it has seemed that the EU really has been acting alone. I know people talk about that as leadership, but there is another way of looking at that, which is isolation. I am pleased to say that I think this rather lonely position seems to be changing.
I am delighted that this meeting is actually taking place in New York in the United States. I think it is fitting as a venue as we see at long last some real and meaningful action from the US Government. China — that other giant economic power — is committed to implementing a carbon market by , along with tangible targets for emissions reductions.
So I think the news is becoming more optimistic. As I understand it, the climate summit will concentrate on highlighting the benefits of taking action, not just the cataclysmic Armageddon-style warnings, but looking at the real positives for the future of climate action.
For too long we have been lectured and hectored about our obligations. It is high time that the tone was changed and that the moral high ground ceded to a spirit of true global cooperation and recognition of mutual benefits. We just need to look at the energy market as an example of where those two issues have become juxtaposed, I think to the benefit of us all. So it seems that the New York meeting will be taking us in that direction, and I wish it every success.
Indeed, to echo Peter Liese, I also wish Commissioner Hedegaard success in whatever she is doing next. It normally takes quite some pressure to get difficult political decisions and we must wonder how much additional pressure is still needed to finally take necessary measures in the field of climate.
Scientific evidence is one, of course, and last week we saw the World Meteorological Report, which stated that CO 2 concentrations are at the moment the highest ever. So, all the steps taken so far have been very small steps compared to what is still needed.
Unfortunately climate change is still strengthening its grip on our planet. So, there is sufficient pressure to take bold measures, I would say, in these kind of reports. Yes, well, let us look at it from an economic angle. Every economist should be in favour of ambitious climate policy. How much and what kind of pressure is further needed to have a positive outcome at the European Council meeting in October?
I would say three ambitious and binding targets is what we need. The Parliament has endorsed that and the idea is gaining ground in the Juncker Commission. Now it is time for the Council to follow this example. It is clear that we have no time to waste. The new results of the IPCC regarding the scientific basis of climate change leave no room for hesitation. The global society must act now. I do hope that world leaders will do what UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has invited them to do next week, which is to bring bold announcements and actions that will reduce emissions, strengthen climate resilience and mobilise political will for an ambitious legally-binding agreement in We truly need a meaningful global agreement in , and we must make progress in Lima.
Are we all on track, preparing our national commitments? Are our joint ambitions sufficient to make real progress in Paris? We need to raise the ambition level before , and — at the same time — we have to create a credible pathway towards a low-carbon planet. We, who are economically stronger, must help those who are most vulnerable to climate change. We must do all we can to share the burden of taking action justly.
It is a tall order for a one-day summit, but do we have an alternative while glaciers are melting? Ik ken u ongeveer vijf jaar, na toch het fiasco van Kopenhagen, waar u ook leiding aan gaf. Maar u heeft de afgelopen vijf jaar ongelooflijk veel inzet getoond en dat wordt ook door onze fractie zeer gewaardeerd. Het resultaat is alleen nog te beperkt, dat blijft natuurlijk ons grote probleem. En ik denk dat dat ook het probleem wordt, volgende week in New York, dat de rest van de wereld een beetje moe wordt van de toch holle woorden van de Europese Unie.
Wij leiden, wij zijn zo goed bezig, wij zijn op weg naar de doelen. Maar waar naartoe zijn wij precies op weg? De doelen zijn totaal niet ambitieus, die hebben wij nu al gehaald. Wij beloven nu dus acht jaar stilstand als EU voor de rest van de wereld. Wat gaan wij precies na beloven? Op dat soort holle frasen worden wij aangesproken en het wordt belangrijk, volgende week in New York, dat Europa wat meer gaat doen.
Nel documento ancora una volta si parla di incremento della produzione energetica da fonti rinnovabili, si parla di ulteriore riduzione delle emissioni da gas serra, di modernizzazione del settore energetico, di sicurezza energetica sia nell'approvvigionamento sia nella fornitura di energia, e chi potrebbe essere in disaccordo con tutto questo? Signori, siamo in Europa, quindi questi sono anche i vostri mari e sono anche le vostre terre. Olaf Stuger NI. Elke Europese burger mag dus weer flink in de buidel tasten zonder dat er wetenschappelijke onderbouwing is voor de noodzaak hiervan.
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Benedetto Della Vedova, Presidente in carica del Consiglio. Nutriamo grandi speranze e aspettative sul fatto che il vertice produca tra le parti un clima di fiducia reciproco e generi lo slancio politico necessario per contribuire a un esito positivo dei negoziati internazionali sul clima, in vista di un accordo globale alla conferenza di Parigi nel dicembre del prossimo anno. Il quinto rapporto di valutazione del gruppo intergovernativo di esperti sul cambiamento climatico sottolinea ancora una volta l'esigenza di interventi globali urgenti se non vogliamo lasciare alle generazioni future il compito di fronteggiare il cambiamento climatico che avanza. L'Unione europea continua pertanto a lavorare alacremente sia a livello interno sia nel quadro dell'UNFCCC nella lotta contro il cambiamento climatico. L'Unione europea e i suoi Stati membri sono determinati a raggiungere un accordo globale a Parigi nel
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