Paris Agreement enters force as negotiators get back to work

The Paris Agreement on climate entered into force on Friday as governments were preparing to get back to the negotiating table to work on implementation in Marrakech in Morocco

The Paris Agreement on climate entered into force on Friday as governments were preparing to get back to the negotiating table to work on implementation in Marrakech in Morocco.

The global climate agreement became law 30 days after the threshold of 55 countries with 55% of global greenhouse gas emissions ratifying it was passed last month. This came as a result of an unprecedented effort by countries to make the agreement operational less than a year after it was agreed, and just days before the next UN conference gets to work on the details.

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