Paris Deal Would Herald an Important First Step on Climate Change

PARIS — President Obama and more than 100 world leaders will convene with thousands of diplomats on Monday on the outskirts of Paris to open two weeks of intense negotiations aimed at forging an accord that could begin to avert the most devastating effects of global warming and redefine the economy of the 21st century.

 
Here is a manual for what is in question. On the off chance that the discussions come up short — as they did in two past endeavors to accomplish such an arrangement — then countries will proceed on a direction that researchers say bolts the planet into a fate of rising ocean levels, more incessant surges, exacerbating dry seasons, nourishment and water deficiencies, damaging tropical storms and other cataclysmic occasions.

Late exploratory reports have presumed that the first impacts of human-brought about environmental change have as of now cleared over the Earth, from rising ocean levels flooding Miami to savage warmth waves in Australia. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration extends that 2015 will be the most sultry worldwide year on record, beating the record set in 2014.

Still, veterans of two many years of United Nations environmental change transactions say there is motivation to feel that the Paris summit meeting could be unique in relation to past endeavors, and yield an arrangement that could fight off the more dangerous impacts of warming.

"The stage is set for the likelihood of getting this privilege, however then again there are every one of these wrinkles and obstacles at last," Secretary of State John Kerry said in a meeting a week ago.
 
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