September 14, 2017

What does the U.S. withdrawal mean for the 2015 Paris Agreement?

By David Gordon, Divya P. Reddy, Elizabeth Rosenberg and JaRel Clay

Dr. David Gordon, Divya Reddy, and Elizabeth Rosenberg are the authors of the report, "After Paris: A Climate Agenda that Serves U.S. Interests." In this episode, the authors discuss foreign policy implications for the United States withdrawing from the 2015 agreement. Hosted by JaRel Clay.

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