States, Cities and Corporations Come Together To Push Biden To Strengthen Climate Targets Under Paris Agreement

By [email protected] All told, the U.S. was not a participant in the Paris Agreement framework for only a few months.

On his first day in office, President Biden signed an order to rejoin the agreement. Just 30 days after Biden’s signature, the U.S. became a party to the accord once again on Friday.

But that’s just a starting point for climate action. A group of states, cities and companies welcomed the milestone by launching a new coalition to push the Biden-Harris administration toward a more aggressive national commitment to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

Under the Paris Agreement, the Obama administration pledged to cut overall U.S.

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