US President Joe Biden said in his speech today, Tuesday at the UN General Assembly, that the United States will redouble its international financial efforts in the fight against climate change.
Last April, the United States announced it would double its goal of reducing carbon emissions by 2030, to reach between 50 and 52 percent of emissions recorded in 2005.
The announcement is part of President Joe Biden’s plan to catch up zero net emissions in the US economy by 2050.
Japan, for its part, has announced an increase in its target of reducing emissions from 26% to 46%, compared to 2013 levels.
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