Addressing Climate Change

Climate change is a common global crisis, and anthropogenic activities have been the main driver of climate change since the industrial revolution. To prevent climate change from bringing irreversible impacts to the natural and socio-economic systems on which human beings depend, countries have reached the Paris Climate Agreement, committing themselves to actions in controlling global warming, adapting to the adverse effects of climate change and mobilizing climate finance to jointly address climate change. Most countries and regions along the Beltway are highly vulnerable to climate change and are at the crossroads of development and transition. Therefore, their setting of climate targets and implementation efforts are crucial to the global climate governance process.
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