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In a week, more than 190 countries will meet in Paris for the 21 st annual United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change 21 st Conference of the Parties (COP21) to negotiate the final details of a legally binding and universal agreement on limiting global temperature increases for the first time in several decades.
We are deeply saddened by the recent events in Paris, and extend our heartfelt sympathy and concern for anyone impacted by the tragedies. While some large public events have been canceled in the wake of the November 13 attacks, the majority of COP21’s side events will continue as planned, albeit with a higher level of security. More than 100 heads of state are still expected to visit Paris for the opening of the negotiations.
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