An International Climate Agenda for the Biden Administration
The U.S. and the world are at a critical inflection point for tackling the climate crisis. The last four years have been challenging for the international community who have carried the weight of a U.S. federal government moving in the wrong direction on climate change.
The Biden-Harris Administration takes office with the stark reality that the world would be in a better position on climate change if the US. had been a stronger partner. We must be bolder, more innovative, and deliver action more widely and effectively if we are going to bend the curve of emissions quickly enough to prevent the most severe impacts of climate change to people and the planet. Only a focused and ambitious global response can avert the worst impacts and build sustainable economies.
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