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42 Luxury Paris Climate Agreement Document
. paris agreement english unfccc 1 paris agreement the parties to this agreement being parties to the united nations framework convention on climate change hereinafter referred to as “the convention” adoption of the paris agreement unfccc decides to adopt the paris agreement under the united nations framework convention on climate change hereinafter referred to as “the agreement” as contained in the annex paris agreement the paris agreement called for a balance of climate finance between adaptation and mitigation and specifically underscoring the need to increase adaptation support for parties most vulnerable to the effects of climate change including least developed countries and small island developing states paris agreement un framework convention on climate the paris agreement on climate change is the first universal legally binding global climate agreement it was signed on 22 april 2016 and ratified by the european union on 5 october 2016 it was signed on 22 april 2016 and ratified by the european union on 5 october 2016 paris agreement the eu’s nationally determined contribution ndc under the paris agreement is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least by 2030 pared to 1990 under its wider 2030 climate and energy framework all key legislation for implementing this tar has been adopted by the end of 2018