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5 charts that explain the Paris climate agreement


COP21, a key Paris Climate Agreement Conference, was one of the largest gatherings of world leaders ever seen. Image: REUTERS/Jacky Naegelen

Alex Gray
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Key points of the Paris climate agreement which is to be reviewed every five years Image: AFP

High CO2 emissions by world population by Oxfam Report. (Paris climate agreement) Image: Oxfam

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Rising global temperatures highlight the need for successfull implementation of Paris climate agreement

Paris climate agreement has already been ratified by US and China Image: UNEP
China one of the largest CO2 emitters ratified Paris climate agreement at G20 Summit Image: Quartz

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