Not so long ago, the foundation for a global climate accord at Paris was laid by the landmark 2014 agreement between the world’s two largest emitters – China and the United States – jointly pledging reductions of domestic greenhouse gases. As the world cautiously welcomes the United States back to the climate table under the Biden administration, there is a pressing need for renewed broad-based buy-in to the Paris Agreement and to address the large amounts of international finance in energy required for low-carbon development outside these major emitters.
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