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How does the Paris agreement define "developing" and "developed" countries?

First of all would that even make a difference? Like that article basically states everyone should do what they can to mitigate climate change... Second of all there are definitions of these terms (...
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How can persistently high US oil production be reconciled with goals to slow down global warming?

I work in climate policy (in the context of electrical power but the same principles apply). Yes, ceteris paribus, oil production is counterproductive to progress mitigating climate change. Ceteris, ...
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How can persistently high US oil production be reconciled with goals to slow down global warming?

Partial answer to this subquestion. Or are there maybe other important considerations favoring a high oil production? Yes. Climate change is a serious and important consideration when evaluating how ...
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Why are green parties so often opposed to nuclear power?

To save the poor little foals is not enough to get elected. Wanting others to not fly, not eat meat, banning cars, these are actually going to prevent you from winning an election. The voters want to ...
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How can persistently high US oil production be reconciled with goals to slow down global warming?

Note:this answer was written when the Q was strictly what Biden said. If we include what other Democrats etc. said, an answer could get much longer. (In fact, the very piece linked by the OP has a lot ...
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