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>> Work starting in Bonn, Monday, could turn the climate deal struck in Paris into working policy. More than 160 countries have already signed the agreement to shift the world economy away from fossil fuels, supposedly keeping the average global temperature rise well below two degrees. But how it's implemented is still to be worked out, according to Reuters environment correspondent Allister Doyle
>> What the Paris agreement doesn't really lay out exactly how governments are gonna report what they're doing, who's gonna monitor it, who'll follow it up, how they will toughen their pledges. So Bonn this week and next is they're hoping in this two weeks of talks to try and figure out some of these rules to get working on the rules.
>> Its goal is limiting the worst effects of climate change, more droughts, floods, heat waves, and rising sea levels. No easy task, but at least momentum is in their favor.