25 years after the first COP (in the English acronym for "Conference of Parties" of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change), the failure is clear: the emissions that cause the current climate crisis have risen continuously. Since the signing of the historic Paris Agreement, we have already seen a 4% increase in global emissions a mere four years ago. The latest reports from the scientific council of the same UN indicate that we now have ten years to reduce them by 50% and no path seems to lead us there.
The full content was originally written in Portuguese and published in Expresso.
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