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Climate change is a global challenge that requires global solutions. Efforts like the Paris Agreement strengthen confidence that all countries are doing their share, helping each country do even more.

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The UNFCCC has previously adapted to succeed and must do so again
International Policy on Near-Term Climate Risks and Interventions
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A net-zero by 2050 commitment needs an aggressive interim target
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Low Carbon Business: How climate ambition leads to job creation, economic growth
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NDC ‘snapshot’ raises pressure on Biden climate summit
Q&A: Understanding Paris Agreement NDCs
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Understanding ‘Nationally Determined Contributions’ Under the Paris Agreement

The core of obligation of parties to the Paris Agreement is to undertake a “nationally determined contribution” (NDC) toward the global response to global change. Parties presently are preparing and submitting their second round of NDCs stipulating their respective efforts …

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Paris Climate Agreement Q&A
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Paris Climate Agreement Q&A

More than 190 nations meeting in Paris in December 2015 reached a landmark agreement to strengthen the global climate effort. The Paris Agreement commits countries to undertake “nationally determined contributions” and establishes mechanisms to hold them accountable and to strengthen …

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Transparency helps the world see Paris action clearly