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November 01, 2021 Monday 01:12:26 PM IST

Return of USA, New Hope for UN Climate Change Meet

 After six years of the Paris climate agreement, there is yet another chance of hope for meaningful changes in the greenhouse gas emissions. This is significant since the pandemic recovery efforts have largely ignored clean energy investments. On top of that, a full commitment by the largest emitters to net-zero emissions by 2050 is the set target for minimizing temperature increases. Another significance of this meet is the return of U.S. to the climate change deal table after a long silence. Their participation has a high chance of clean energy technology and green science innovations as a strong dose of optimism.