We welcome the return of the United States to the Paris Agreement, said Franz Timmermans, Vice President of the European Commission, and Joseph Borrell, EU Foreign Secretary. “We look forward to seeing the United States again on our side in advancing international efforts to combat the climate crisis,” Timmermans and Borel wrote. “Climate crisis is the biggest challenge of our era and can only be overcome by joining forces.”
UN to launch ‘ambitious’ plan to combat global warming Chairman Antonio Guterres immediately called for Pita. “I welcome President Biden’s move to rejoin the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and to join a coalition of governments, cities, states, businesses and peoples that will take ambitious action to combat the climate crisis,” he said. Guterres.
Fidens’ predecessor Donald Trump decided in June 2017 to withdraw from the Paris Agreement. As of November 4, 2020, the United States is no longer part of the global coalition against global warming.
Trump still maintains that climate is not global warming, but cooling. Biden thinks differently about this and is a strong supporter of global warming. In his campaign he promised to target zero CO2 emissions in the United States by 2050.
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