US President Joe Biden announced, America will rejoin the Paris Agreement

 

America (USA) newly elected President Joe Biden said that on the very first day my government would rejoin the Paris Agreement. America (USA) will once again lead the world on climate change.

On Sunday, news has come to give relief to America (USA) on the problem of climate change. America's newly elected President Joe Biden has said that his government is serious about the issue of climate change. America will again join the Paris Agreement.

America will join Paris Agreement again

America (USA) newly elected President Joe Biden said that America (USA) will once again lead the world on the issue of climate change. In fact, during Donald Trump's administration, the US refused to accept the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and decided to separate from it.

President Joe Biden wrote in a tweet that on the very first day, my government will rejoin the Paris Agreement. America (USA) will once again lead the world on climate change.

Let us know that in the month of November 2019, the US (USA) formally gave notice to separate from the Paris Agreement. Then on November 4, 2020, after a year-long process, the United States of America (USA) was pulled out of the Paris Agreement to deal with the problem of climate change.

China and America are the largest producers of carbon

Explain that after China (China), America (USA) is the second largest producer of carbon, which is responsible for global warming. If we talk about carbon emissions per capita, then America is number one worldwide.

Know that China is responsible for 30 percent, America 13.5 percent and India 6.8 percent the emission of green house gases, which increases global warming. According to the Paris Agreement, the United States had to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases by 26–28 percent by 2025.

What is the Paris Agreement?

In December 2015, more than 190 countries signed the Paris Agreement in France, the capital of France. The purpose of the Paris Agreement is to control the increasing global warming on Earth, so that by the end of the 21st century, the rise in the temperature of the Earth can be stopped from 1.5 to 2 degrees Celsius. The Paris Agreement works in a 5-year cycle.

According to the Paris Agreement, developed countries also provide financial assistance to developing and underdeveloped countries to stop the emission of greenhouse gases.

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