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Equitable Framework to Address & Combat Climate Change

Promotion of sustainable trade frameworks for economic development policies

Sponsor(s): Central Asia, China Delegation, Germany (Western Europe delegation), Latin America Signatories: East India, Oceania, Sub-Saharan Africa (SADC), United Kingdom,

Perambulatory Clauses:

1. Recognizing the urgency of the situation in regard of climate change around the globe,

2. Having acknowledged the multiplicity of existing frameworks and agreements facilitating cooperation and dialogue between States and Non-States actors; while remaining environmentally conscious of efforts already across all levels to mitigate the effect of climate change,

3. Considering the persisting tensions between economic considerations and environmental urgency meaning these measures should come to resolution in a timely manner,

4. Noting with concern that rapid burning of fossil fuels has a detrimental impact on climate patterns with a notable driver of climate change of global warming,

  • Transitions away from coal depleting from the earth via extraction for human energy use,
  • Increase in emissions of CO2 and CH4 causes GHG Effect and depletes the Ozone layer,

5. Alarmed by the situation that global warming and climate change possesses a dire threat to public health as well as nutritional growth of humans,

Substantive Clauses:

1. Encourages the use of feed-in tariffs between states as well as incentives to encourage implementation of renewable resources along with training initiatives for job creation to upskill current members of the workforce on new renewables as we transition to cleaner alternatives.

2. Calls for all member states to cooperate on the materialization of these trade feed-in tariffs to ensure the uniformity across the globe and the functioning between supplier countries and receiving ones, as well as incentive for member states to create self-sustaining energy generation for their own nation and provide assistance to other countries who may not have access to the same resources.

3. Seeks the creation of a committee dedicated to trade of renewable energies,

  • To promote collaboration on common grounds in respect of each state’s national interest,
  • To oversee the activities and expenditures of this committee composed of member states,
  • To periodically assess the collective progress towards achieving the purpose of this agreement and its long-term.

4. Taking into consideration the advice of qualified professionals currently contributing to the renewables space along with the impact of AI, advices for the UN to facilitate the funding of,

  • Creation of the committee,
  • Promotion of feed-in tariffs between states as an incentive committee,
  • Provide financing to developing countries to mitigate climate change, strengthen resilience and enhance abilities to adapt to climate impacts.

5. Encourages all member states to strengthen their nationally determined contributions (NDCs) under the Paris Agreement by setting ambitious objectives for lowering greenhouse gas emissions, switching to renewable energy sources, and supporting sustainable development practices, along with tracking the energy efficacy of the renewables in place e.g. solar vs hydroelectric.

6. Urges all member states to run effective Reforestation campaigns to control the GHG Emission impact,

  • Deforestation is a root cause of extensive CO2 emission in the environment. To overcome these circumstances taking initiatives for plantations on unutilized land or on deforested land.
  • Reforestation campaigns also include waking people to reduce cutting of trees and planting more and more to improve the health of human beings. As without trees it can cause a decrease in oxygen.

7. Calling for the implementation of national coal out phases for the use of phasing out coal-fired power plants, allowing for the diversification of renewable energy sources.

8. Establishing future net-zero long term goals through changes in scientific projections and policy based on current initiatives in effect under UN energy policies.

9. Calls upon all UN member states to imply wider adaptations of Circular economy as a sustainable way of waste management and reducing carbon footprints.

  • Circular economy is a model of production and consumption, which involves sharing, leasing, reusing, repairing, refurbishing and recycling existing materials and products as long as possible, potentially reducing the waste generated and increasing the life of a product.
  • Creating more efficient and sustainable products from the start would help to reduce energy and resource consumption.

10. Urges all the Member states to foster global cooperation and expand the scope of a holistic approach towards the Global climate crisis.

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