LE BOURGET, France – With the crazy shot a Saturday night mart, representatives of 195 nations have reached an agreement that for the first time almost every country pledges to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases planets to help To avoid the most drastic effects of climate change.
The agreement, which has witnessed an explosion of applause and applause from thousands of delegates gathered around the world, represents a historic breakthrough in a theme that overcame decades of international efforts to fight against climate change.
Traditionally, these parts have forced developed countries like the United States to take action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but exempt countries such as China and India from these developing obligations.
The agreement, by which UN diplomats have worked for nine years, changes this dynamic by demanding that the actions of all countries, rich and poor. “This is really a historical moment,” UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon said in an interview. “For the first time, we have a truly global agreement on climate change, one of the most crucial issues on earth.” President Obama, who sees climate change as central to his legacy, spoke about the case in a televised speech from the White House. “This agreement sends a strong signal that the world is fully committed to a low carbon future,” he said. “We have shown that the world has the will and ability to respond to this challenge.”
Scientists and leaders said the talks represented here the world’s last and best hope for reaching an agreement that could begin to avoid the most devastating effects of global warming.