Madrid (dpa) - In order to put pressure on the UN climate negotiations, Germany and other countries have jointly called for minimum standards for international trade in climate protection credits. In the final spurt of the negotiations, they published their claims. Among other things, it says that the protection of the environment must be guaranteed and that trade must really lead to a reduction in global greenhouse gas emissions. They also call for a ban on continuing to use old credits from before the Paris climate agreement.
Climate: UN climate negotiations: Germany and others increase pressure
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