13.7 In the event of a dispute between the parties to this agreement, they undertake to attempt to resolve the dispute by cooperating with the other in a mediation process prior to the commencement of an arbitration or dispute. 13.8 This agreement does not entitle third parties under the Rights of Third Parties Act 1999 or in any other way, except that a provision of this agreement that excludes or restricts the liability of our directors, executives, employees, subcontractors, agents and affiliates may be enforced under this Act. 13.9 In the event of a conflict between a clause in this agreement and the provisions of articles of a limited company or similar document that is contemplated to regulate any other social or collective organization, the terms of that agreement prevail. 13.10 The validity, structure and enforcement of this agreement are governed by the laws of England and Wales and you agree that all disputes arising from it are negotiated only in England and Wales. I think the Paris agreement in three months is very interesting. First, it has demonstrated the effectiveness of a traditional international agreement under the phenomenon that international political science has recently described as a “regime complex”, i.e. different types of global governance systems that are created and conducted in parallel, leading to inefficiency in the policies concerned. Researchers are increasingly focusing their attention on the success of non-traditional regimes, such as informal intergovernmental agreements and the international framework of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) (including private enterprises and NGOs), while intergovernmental organizations fail to forge agreements or achievements on the basis of contracts. Today, there is also a new approach, called “organizational ecology,” that studies the dynamics in which international regimes are chosen. The recent legally binding adoption of the Paris Agreement has ensured that the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, as an international legal framework, continues to play the role of the central global governance regime on climate change.