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La trajectoire de décarbonisation du Maroc - Première partie : Introduction à l'étude conjointe
Authors
Chami Abdelilah
Derj Atar
Hammi Ibtissem
Morazzo Mariano
Naciri Yassine
Zarkik Afaf
with the technical support of AFRY
June 28, 2021

Lors de la Conférence des Parties à la Convention-cadre des Nations unies sur les changements climatiques (CCNUCC) qui s'est tenue à Paris en 2015, les gouvernements se sont engagés à limiter l'augmentation de la température mondiale à un niveau bien inférieur à 2°C par rapport aux niveaux préindustriels. Ils se sont également engagés à atteindre, dès que possible, un pic de leurs émissions et à parvenir à la neutralité carbone au cours de la seconde moitié du siècle. Pour autant, même dans l'hypothèse d'une mise en oeuvre complète des engagements pris par les gouvernements à Paris, la concentration mondiale des émissions de gaz à effet de serre (GES) entraînera une augmentation de 2,7°C de la température moyenne mondiale, qui ne permettra pas d'atteindre l'objectif des 2°C. Il est donc urgent d'agir pour renforcer les ambitions des parties, telles qu'exprimées dans leurs contributions déterminées au niveau national (CDN), et pour accélérer la transition vers une économie sobre en carbone.

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