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These words are almost the most important in Glasgow.  Few understand what they mean.

These words are almost the most important in Glasgow. Few understand what they mean.

The climate threat cannot be solved with words.

But without important words, it may be impossible for the world to stop warming at 1.5 degrees.

Espen Barth Eide works counterclockwise to solve Glasgow’s toughest word knot.

GLASGOW (Aftenposten): It could be a huge hit that helps save the world. But if Espen Barth Eddy and Grace Foe fail, many climate promises may become impossible to deliver.

Norway’s climate minister threw a mouthful. Dishes on cups. Eddy was given an important assignment at the Climate Summit. If he succeeds in solving the task, perhaps the most important thing that can come during the two weeks in Glasgow.

Article 6 says the minister. He smiles hesitantly.

The annoying buzz and smell of tension from 25,000 people float above the baffles around the meeting room of the Norwegian delegation at the Climate Summit.

Espen Barth Eddy in conversation with his loved ones. Trader Per Stiansen on the left and Norwegian negotiator Henrik Eriksen.

– We’re in talks. We are in listening mode. Then we will try to build bridges.

Mood is positive. I think no one will take Article 6 to Cop27 in Egypt next year, says the minister.

Together with Singapore’s Environment Minister Grace Foo, Eddy was charged with the responsibility of all countries in the world to agree on common rules for quota trading. They will try to solve three big contracts that years of negotiations have not been able to achieve. More on the contract later.

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We went searching for a word in the documentation.

Article 6 is one of the most important negotiations in Glasgow.

As the fifteenth item in a long list of issues for the opaque SBSTA negotiating body, it says:

Matters relating to Article 6 of the Paris Agreement.

Below the point there are three sub-dots.

Matters relating to Article 6 of the Paris Agreement. Here all the agreement and all the disagreements about the trading of shares.

This is a strict climate policy. Here are the words that can lead to real emissions cuts and not “just” some rather binding political promises.

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