With th Third Executive Order From his new administration, President Joe Biden said the United States would rejoin the Paris Agreement. The Climate Change Agreement was initially concluded in 2015, with 143 countries, including the United States, agreeing to limit global temperature rise to below 2 ° C. The United States, under President Obama at the time, joined the agreement without a vote from Congress, leaving the door open for his successor to abandon the treaty in the same way.
And that’s exactly what President Trump did when he did Advertise The United States planned to withdraw from the agreement in 2017, describing it as “unfair” at the time. In 2019, management has started Formal process To leave the agreement. Everything was timed so that the process would not be complete until the day after the 2020 elections, allowing another president, if elected, to join the agreement.