Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention

COP or Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change are key international meetings, which annually bring together world leaders with the aim of making the necessary decisions to meet the emission reduction commitments necessary to curb the climate crisis we live.

Compilation, definition and classification of learning tools and resources available to teachers at the University. The first was held in Rio in 1992 and 21 summits were held until the Paris Agreement became a global treaty ratified by almost 200 countries in 2015. A historic milestone which, despite Donald Trump's announcement that the United States would abandon the Agreement in 2020, creates a framework that enables action towards the transformation to a low-emission development model.

The Paris Accord aims to keep the rise in average global temperature below 2°C and to make further efforts to keep it below 1.5°C above pre-industrial temperatures, as recommended by science to avoid irreversible damage.

If this objective of not exceeding 1.5ºC is not met, scientific studies (such as those published by the IPCC - United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) warn of serious consequences for the planet and for people. CO.

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