INSIGHT EU: CLIMATE Telegram 19 Sept 2017

Our telegram headlines today*: 


  • UN: Leaders meeting at UN underscore need to fast-track climate action +++ 
  • Climate Action Leadership Network Launched in New York - Part of Marrakech Partnership for Global Action +++ 
  • EU Council: ST 12300 2017 INIT Memorandum of Understanding between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the European Union on cooperation on climate change - Approval of signature on behalf of the European Union
  • Latest documents by the UNFCCC +++ 
  • Fccc/Kp/Cmp/2017/4 Annual report of the Compliance Committee to the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol +++ 
  • Fccc/Arr/2016/Rus Russian Federation. Report on the individual review of the annual submission of the Russian Federation submitted in 2016. Note by the expert review team +++ 


  • UN Secretary-General, business and local leaders identify sectors for aggressive climate action and implementation of Paris Agreement
  • EU must cut emissions and also adapt to climate change, EU Auditors warn
  • Climate Action Tracker launches new rating system
  • Eight Pioneering Cities Take Bold Steps to Deliver on the Paris Agreement - C40
  • American Cities Lead the Way Amongst 25 Climate Change Projects Competing to be C40 Cities Bloomberg Philanthropies Awards 2017 Winners
  • Transport & Environment: How the EU can better align spending with its climate and energy targets


  • IAEA: Nuclear High Temperature Heat Could Replace Fossil Fuels in Industry, Mitigate Climate Change


  • EP Draft opinion - Women, gender equality and climate justice - PE 610.680v01-00 - Committee on Development


  • PIK: Steuervorteile nach Dieselskandal beenden (DE)


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