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Today three countries, the United States, Canada, and Mexico, announced targets and strategies to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by mid-century (2050).
Just 18 months after its launch, the Science Based Targets initiative announced that 200 companies have committed to set emissions reduction targets consistent with the global effort to keep temperatures well below the 2-degree threshold.
WASHINGTON (November 9, 2016) – In one of the most surprising elections in U.S. history, Donald J. Trump has been elected to be next president of the United States. Following is a statement by Andrew Steer, President & CEO, WRI:
“As the new Trump administration comes into office, America must press forward with critical issues that are at the heart of people’s well-being and future prosperity. This includes staving off climate change, investing in clean energy, and revitalizing America with sustainable and resilient infrastructure....
Following the U.S. election result, WRI will bring together a diverse group of experts to present expectations around the Trump administration on climate, energy and related issues in business, economics and international diplomacy.
The next major UN conference, COP22, being held in Marrakech, Morocco (November 7-18), marks the first COP since the Paris Agreement. The conference will begin just three days after the Paris Agreement goes into full effect.
New analysis shows that restoration of degraded and deforested land represents a major investment opportunity for governments, investors, farmers and landowners.
Leaders from 167 countries today adopted the New Urban Agenda, the blueprint for creating sustainable, livable cities around the world. Following is a statement from Ani Dasupta, Global Director, WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities:
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