By By By Anne GearanMarch 17, 2017, 10:50:27The Obama administration made a massive, historic deal with a coal company to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of its power plants.
The deal, known as the Paris climate deal, came in a landmark December 2015 announcement.
The United States and the world are moving to a low-carbon future.
The Paris agreement commits countries to take actions to reduce their carbon emissions.
In order to meet the agreement, the United States must meet certain emissions goals by 2030.
But the deal also commits the United Nations to review how nations’ emissions of carbon dioxide are measured and set standards for future reductions.
The Obama government made a landmark, historic decision to make the deal.
It was also the first major international agreement to be signed under President Barack Obama.
The president had been touting his administration’s commitment to reducing emissions and climate change.
That commitment included creating an ambitious global climate action plan.
The Paris agreement has already brought some good news.
The agreement is expected to save the United Kingdom billions of dollars in the 2020s.
But it is also a big problem for the coal industry.
The U.S. is the world’s largest coal producer.
In 2016, coal generated more than a quarter of the U.K.’s electricity.
The U.N. has said that the U