U.S. and China: the landmark climate agreement

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New targets for carbon emissions reductions by the United States and a first-ever commitment by China to stop its emissions from growing by 2030. The agreement signed this week by United States and China is encountering positive comments by international experts and institutional representatives, Jeffrey Sachs says it is “the most important advance on the climate change agenda in many years” and it is stimulating the debate on how this landmark deal could influence the perspective of a future global agreement on greenhouse gases reduction.
That is exactly what climate experts use to call mitigation and that is discussed, analyzed and illustrated in the recently published IPCC Report on Climate Change.
In this video, IPCC authors explain the meaning, opportunities, scenarios, costs and benefits of mitigation to climate change

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