Glasgow Climate Deal’s Reach Hinges On Implementation Of New Pledges

November 14, 2021
Biden administration officials, environmentalists and others say the final Glasgow agreement is a starting point that formally keeps alive efforts to limit dangerous climate change but depends almost entirely on future implementation and still unrealized concrete emissions reduction actions by individual nations. “As we leave Glasgow, our code word is going to be implementation, follow up, follow through,” international climate envoy John Kerry said Nov. 13 at the conclusion of the talks. “To make this not words on a paper...

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