World’s Major Greenhouse Gas Emitters Falling Short Of Climate Goals

World’s Major Greenhouse Gas Emitters Falling Short Of Climate Goals


The world’s major greenhouse gas emitters are not on their way to meeting their climate goals almost seven years after the Paris Agreement was signed.

Overall, none of the four largest producers of greenhouse gases have cut their emissions enough to reach the benchmarks set by the Paris Agreement. Those main emitters are the U.S., India, China, and the E.U., according to new information released by Climate Action Tracker, an independent organization, as reported by The New York Times.

Each country differs on how it is progressing regarding emissions. China has the highest amount of emissions, which have been increasing over the past twenty years.

The country puts out almost one third of all greenhouse gases released by humans on the planet, which is more than the U.S.,

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