The World’s Biggest Carbon Emitters Officially Join The Paris Climate Deal

Gwynne Taraska and Andrew Light publish op-ed in Think Progress, marking the official agreement of China and the United States signing-on to the Paris Climate deal.

On Saturday, the United States and China formally joined the Paris Agreement, a historic global pact to curb greenhouse gas pollution and build resilience to the damaging effects of climate change. The agreement sets a number of collective goals, such as limiting global warming below 2 degrees Celsius, and calls on countries to submit new and increasingly ambitious national targets every five years to reduce emissions.
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