Shortly before 7.30pm on 12 December, 195 countries adopted the Paris Agreement, the world’s first universal, legally-binding pact on tackling climate change.
Check out Carbon Brief’s analysis of the final Paris climate deal for a summary of what it contains.
Now, Carbon Brief is collating reactions from around the world in the grid below. We are capturing newspaper editorials, opinion pieces and the thoughts of NGOs, scientists and others.
Each summary is linked, so you can click through to the source. You can also filter the grid by type of reaction.
Thanks to Clean Energy Wire for English-language summaries of German coverage.
Below the grid of reactions, we have a gallery showing how newspaper front pages around the world covered the Paris deal.
Carbon Brief coverage of the Paris Climate Conference
- Analysis: The final Paris climate deal
- Countries’ climate pledges to Paris
- Interactive: the Paris climate deal
- What do the negotiating alliances want?
- Interactive: the negotiating alliances at the Paris climate conference
- Will the Paris agreement be legally binding?
- The long-term goal of the Paris deal
- Why ‘differentiation’ is key to unlocking Paris climate deal
- COP21 video: Miguel Cañete reacts to Paris climate deal
- The Paris ‘ratchet’ mechanism
- Climate scientists discuss the 1.5C target
- Experts explain “greenhouse gas emissions neutrality”
- Which countries have sent the most delegates to COP21?
- Developing countries need $3.5 trillion* to implement climate pledges by 2030
- Five things to look out for in the final Paris text
- Guest post from Myles Allen: Can we hold global temperatures to 1.5C?
Main image: French Foreign Minister and president of the COP21 Laurent Fabius makes a statement during Paris Climate Change Conference. © Zhou Lei/Xinhua Press/Corbis.
Global reaction: the #ParisAgreement on climate change. #COP21
How has the world reacted to the #ParisAgreement? We're collating reactions and reviews. #COP21