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The Paris Agreement is built on the fundamental premise that climate action should be enhanced over time, informed by key moments to take stock of progress and identify new opportunities for action. Forming an arc of ambition over the next several decades, this process enables the world to stay on track to achieve the agreement’s goals of keeping global temperature increase well below 2 degrees C (3.6 degrees F) above preindustrial levels and further aim to limit temperature rise to 1...

As diplomats and ministers at the 72nd United Nations General Assembly focus on advancing the Sustainable Development Goals, leaders from business, states and cities will participate in Climate Week NYC to demonstrate the resounding commitment to building a clean, resilient, inclusive global economy. Here are highlights of WRI's participation in Climate Week.

Devastating floods in South Asia and Texas, storms in the Caribbean and fires in the American West foreshadow a perilous tomorrow if we don't tackle climate change today. Because in a very real sense, 2050 is now.

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