Diplomats from nearly 200 countries concluded a deal at the weekend in Katowice, Poland that will keep the Paris Climate Agreement alive by keeping Washington, for the time being, on board with the general tenets of the agreement that the US agreed to when the deal was first signed by the Barack Obama administration in 2015.
The agreement includes a global set of standards for measuring global warming and tracking climate policy and calls on rich nations to help install clean energy and build r...

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