About mitigation, the main highlight of the report is the need to triple the inversion in renewable energy and double it on energy efficiency measures by 2030. They also mention the urgency to accelerate the actions to take to maintain the 1.5ºC objective.
When it comes to adaptation, on the other hand, what seems to be the need is to strengthen capacity and resources, especially financial ones. An agreement has been reached to double the adaptation budget by 2025, and another one to work harder on developing stronger National Adaptation Plans, focusing on grants for developing countries to follow the leave no one behind philosophy. It is also interesting to note the narrative of ecosystem-based solutions and the references to improving the resilience and resistance of the ecosystem.
In terms of implementation, the main and most urgent agreement reached has been the approval of a pledge to deliver $100 billion and set new goals on global finances dedicated to climate change.
The COP28 has been structured around the problems and objectives described by the Stocktake, and some of the main declarations have dealt with Energy, Agriculture, Climate and Health.