French Socialist Party defends environment,protects environment
French President Emmanuel Macron’s new Socialist Party, backed by the Socialist Party of France (PS) and its predecessor the UMP, has said that it supports the Paris Agreement on Climate Change (Paris Climate Accord) and “will continue to work toward” a deal that will “reduce CO2 emissions.”
The Paris agreement aims to limit the rise in global temperature to 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit), but the Paris Protocol requires countries to meet this goal by 2030.
In September, Macron announced his party’s support for the Paris accord, and the French President has said he would support the accord if the United States were to exit.
Macron, who took office in January, has also promised to renegotiate the terms of the Paris deal, which he said he had been “in the process of negotiating for some time.”
In a statement published Wednesday, Macron’s Socialist Party said it was “extremely disappointed” with U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord, and that it is “the duty of every country to make the necessary adjustments in order to avoid a catastrophe that could wipe out the entire planet.”
It also said it supported the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Negotiations (UNFCCC) to help combat climate change, saying it would work to ensure “full implementation” of the agreement.
Macron also said he wants to create “more jobs” in the economy by investing in “transport, infrastructure and other sectors” and to promote “the development of renewable energy and energy efficiency.”
He said the Socialist government would continue to “continue to work to promote climate action” and that he is “ready to work with other parties” to ensure the Paris agreement is implemented.
Paris Climate Deal Macron said the agreement, which was signed in December, will “re-engage the world” in reducing emissions, and will help prevent climate change.
Macron said in a statement that the accord was “one of the best things that has happened to the environment” and promised to work “to protect the environment and ensure its protection for generations to come.”
He promised “the most ambitious and ambitious climate policies in the world,” and said the deal “will help us achieve these objectives.”
The French President also called on his counterparts in the U and UK to ratify the Paris climate agreement, and promised “to strengthen and expand” its provisions to tackle climate change and “to guarantee our environment in a more sustainable and sustainable way.”
The agreement, Macron said, will create more jobs, boost the economy and boost international efforts to combat climate action.
The Paris Agreement The Paris Climate Agreement was signed by 195 countries in December 2015, but was never ratified by all 193 member states.
In July, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that he would leave the accord at the end of his current term, citing concerns about the Paris pact’s effects on his country’s economy.
Johnson has repeatedly criticized Trump for not ratifying the agreement and his administration has refused to do so.
In October, Trump announced he was pulling the U, U., U.A., and U.B. from the agreement due to concerns about its effect on the economy.
U.W. Secretary-General António Guterres told the UBS Global Energy Outlook conference that the U., and the UB, will leave the agreement at the “end of our current mandate.”
Guterras also said the U of A, the U U. of A. and UB would not sign the accord, but that “we hope that we can work together and will be able to support each other’s efforts.”
In January, Guterris announced that the European Union, U of B, and U of S would leave a climate agreement with the United Kingdom.
In November, Gutersen also announced the USB and UO of the UPA and UDP of the EEA.
In December, a joint statement by U.E. and EEA ministers said that they will “continue the efforts to implement the Paris agreements in accordance with our commitment to the Paris Accord.”
The U.U. and the E.U., which was founded in 1990, joined forces in 2015 to implement their climate goals.
In January 2018, the European Commission, UEA, and E.A.
E signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the U-U.
A to achieve a target of cutting global CO2 by 26 percent by 2030, by 2030 if possible.
The UO was also in agreement with U-A, the EEU, and other countries to achieve their commitments to reduce CO2, but the UO is currently not participating in the Paris negotiations.