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Brazil joins the Paris Agreement on climate change



The country is responsible for approximately 2.5 percent of the carbon dioxide and other gases worldwide.





13.Sep.16 3:50 PM
By Alesya Davydova
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Brazil joins the Paris Agreement on climate change

Brazil’s government ratified on Monday the country’s participation in the Paris Agreement on climate change. Oilprice.com notes that by doing this Brazil has become the largest carbon dioxide releasers worldwide who have signed the document. According to the United Nations data, Brazil is responsible for approximately 2.5 percent of the carbon dioxide and other gases in the world.

According to Brazilian President Michel Temer, the country is going to present its ratification to the United Nations later in September.

“Our government is concerned about the future. Everything we do today is not aimed at tomorrow, but rather at a future that preserves the living conditions of Brazilians,” Temer was quoted as saying.

Earlier Brazil has announced that it is going to reduce its gas emissions by 37 percent by the year 2025, and by 43 percent by 2030. The country has already made significant cuts in its emissions over the last 10 years thanks to the reduction of deforestation in the Amazon, and the increased use of renewable energy.




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