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How will the next president address climate change?

Searing summers, rising seas, devastating storms and deadly floods. These are just some of the current and anticipated impacts of climate change. The recent "Paris Agreement," signed by 191 governments under a United Nations convention, calls for curbing greenhouse gas emissions. The goal is to keep the Earth's average temperature well below 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) above its 19th-century level.
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