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Burden sharing

Burden sharing

The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which was signed in Rio de Janeiro in June 1992, is primarily concerned with the following actions for the future:

  • To limit and hopefully stabilize the future concentration of Greenhouse gas in Earth’s atmosphere
  • Industrialized countries role and responsibility for GHG mitigation

Burden sharing (Kyoto Protocol burden-sharing agreement) is a term used to describe a system to fairly mitigate climate change across individual countries. The EU commitment to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 8% under the Kyoto Protocol is shared between the Member States under a legally binding ‘Burden Sharing Agreement’, which sets individual emissions targets for each Member State. Burden-sharing example World map with greenhouse gas emission level presented per country. The Paris Clima Agreement replaces the Kyoto Protocol.


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Kenneth Lyngaas

Kenneth Lyngaas

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