Landmark event on 22 April to mark the record for highest number of countries signing an international treaty
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UN’s outgoing climate chief says late change to text means agreement could be enforced well before 2020, raising hopes world can avoid dangerous climate change
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On April 22, the U.S. and China will both sign and join the global agreement to combat climate change.
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Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on Reddit Share on Google+ E-mail The global climate change agreement brokered in Paris in December by 195 nations will come into effect two years earlier than originally planned, the top United Nations climate diplomat predicted.
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After running overtime and clearing some last minute hurdles, delegates pass a historic global climate pact, signalling the end of the fossil fuel era.
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The historic climate agreement adopted in Paris on December 12 is a stark departure from years of ineffective, ill-fated attempts to bring together industrialized and developing nations in a united fight to stave off the worst effects of global warming.
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The new climate accord aims to accelerate the shift toward clean energy. How quickly can this happen?
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