Biden Plans Paris Re-Entry But Must Grapple With U.S. Climate Wavering

November 24, 2020
Even though President-elect Joe Biden is planning to quickly rejoin the Paris climate agreement, longtime climate policy experts acknowledge the United States could face a credibility gap across the globe after multiple instances of brokering major climate pacts only to subsequently back away from them. Overcoming that challenge will require a mix of more aggressive domestic climate policies and diplomacy, the observers say. While the incoming administration has until next November to formally articulate a more ambitious national climate target,...

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