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Jun 2 2017   5:58PM GMT

The Paris Agreement

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The Paris Agreement is an international treaty intended to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases. Continued…

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“Since the Paris Agreement is basically a set of guidelines around greenhouse gas emissions with no legal force, each country can pick and choose what it does or doesn’t do.” – Clive Longbottom

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