There is an increasing amount of communication around the global objective of carbon neutrality, without a shared framework and without always understanding the ins and outs. Various interpretations of the term “carbon neutrality” are observed, often giving the illusion that an actor, a product or an activity would no longer have any impact on the climate.
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change was ratified by 197 Parties to the Convention. Once a year, these Parties meet at a ‘Conference of the Parties’. The COP is the UNFCCC decision-making body that negotiates and discusses how to best tackle climate change.