Start a new paragraph for each new point or stage in your writing.
When you begin a paragraph you should always be aware of the main idea being expressed in that paragraph.
There is no absolute rule: very short or long paragraphs can work when used by an experienced writer.
However, as a guideline, paragraphs should usually be no less that 2 or 3 sentences long and there should be 2 or 3 paragraphs per page of A4.
The body of the essay is where you fully develop your argument.
Each body paragraph should contain one key idea or claim, which is supported by relevant examples and evidence from the body of scholarly work on your topic (i.e. Together, the body paragraphs form the building blocks of your argument.
The notion of ‘common but differentiated responsibility’ (CBDR) was formalised in the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 (UNFCCC, 1992).
Article 3.1 explicitly states 'Accordingly, the developed country Parties should take the lead in combating climate change and the adverse effects thereof' (p. For example, it does not stipulate the extent to which, under the principle of CBDR, developing nations should be exempt from specific emissions targets.
It is important not to end the paragraph with a digression or irrelevant detail.
Each sentence in the paragraph should be part of the internal structure.