Implementing the vision of the Paris Agreement calls for broad, rapid, and significant engagement across all parts of society in order to reap the benefits of a low-carbon,
climate-resilient future fueled by clean jobs and economic growth. In the United States, cities, states, and businesses, and other real economy actors have embraced this future—helping drive better outcomes for their own citizens and business operations. Although their efforts are driven in part by necessity, in light of the lack of national-level leadership on climate change, these real economy actors have embraced action for the benefit of their own constituents and stakeholders while helping bend the emissions curve downward.
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