COP21 in Paris: 196 National Governments Finally Agree On a Global Plan To Reduce Carbon Emissions. Now What? Democratic Perspective looks at the significance of the agreement in Paris by 196 national governments on a coordinated international plan to address climate change and global warming. The agreement itself is unprecedented, but in the final analysis, the plan that results from it can only be as effective as its implementation. Whether we like it or not, it may be years before we’ll be able to judge the full significance of the COP21 agreement. In the meantime, we need to keep a cautious eye on the implementation process, even as we work with everyone else in the world toward a successful outcome.
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