The analysis looked at 119 Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs), covering about 80% of global net GHG emissions, the UNFCCC received as of 1 October 2015. For the uninitiated, each country’s INDC lays out (in varying degrees of specificity) its GHG emissions reduction pledge in support of a new, post-2020 international climate change agreement that will be hashed out in Paris in December.
“With competitive financing available for U.S. innovators, @DFCgov has provided confidence to the domestic #nuclear industry and private investors that they can compete abroad...the U.S. will again be able to ensure that civilian nuclear energy spreads in a responsible manner...” https://t.co/8P47z9A99J
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