NRDC Expert Blog
Leaders concluded the negotiations in Bonn, Germany with stronger actions and a clear-eyed focus on the additional steps that need to be strengthened in the coming years. The train (or the zero emissions vehicle) is leaving the station and the Trump Administration is standing alone on the platform.
It has been almost two years since world leaders agreed to the historic Paris Agreement. Since then a lot has changed (both positive and negative). As leaders meet in Bonn, Germany for the next round of international climate negotiations there will be several key issues on the table.
Since the beginning of the industrial revolution global emissions of carbon dioxide – the main contributor to climate disruption – have been growing and growing (and growing).
President Trump will deliver his inaugural address to the international community gathered for the United Nations General Assembly in New York. In previous years the U.S.
The Trump administration sent the first written notice that it intends to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement.
The Trump Administration has weakened guidance on how the U.S. will vote at the multilateral development banks—such as the World Bank and Asian Development Bank. The new guidance tries to weaken existing U.S.