Swedish Energy Agency News and press releases
News and press releases
The Swedish Energy Agency takes steps towards international climate cooperationThe climate negotiations at COP25 in Madrid, which ended on December 15, did not lead to any decisions regarding the rule book for Article 6 of the Paris Agreement. The Swedish Energy Agency believes that the lack of outcome further emphasizes the need for positive examples of how international climate cooperation can be created under the Paris Agreement. The agency prepares for 2020 by launching and supporting a number of new initiatives, in order to support concrete cooperation under Article 6.
New partnership will establish international cooperation for higher climate ambitionThe Swedish Energy Agency and the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) has signed a cooperation agreement to launch a 3-year partnership with the aim to create international climate cooperation between Sweden and some of GGGI’s partner countries. This type of cooperation can enable the increased climate ambitions that are needed to reach the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Global call for proposals for Article 6 mitigation activitiesThe Swedish Energy Agency is looking for implementable mitigation activities to pursue under Article 6 of the Paris Agreement. Therefore, a call for proposals is launched today and open until February 14th, 2020.
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