The results of COP21 in Paris saw a whole new level of international coalition with heads of state, business leaders and civil society, ready to form a single message and encourage negotiators to act. But let`s be honest: the Paris agreement is not a panacea. The emissions reductions promised so far by countries will make the world 2.7 degrees Celsius warmer by the end of the century, so that commitments will need to be strengthened in the future to reach the 2oC threshold. Wherever I`ve been, from the World Business Council for Sustainable Development Pavilion to the Caring for Climate Business Forum, to the Sustainability Bond Conference , large and small businesses have shared a common message: climate change is real and affects our businesses, we are ready to take action, but we need global action to create a level playing field and increase predictability. There are also questions left to the international economy after the Paris agreement: well what? How will this agreement be implemented at the national level and what impact will the agreement have on the private sector in different sectors? As we move forward on the implementation agenda, I would like to give some indications that could also shed some light on these outstanding issues. Table S3. The year in which the warming temperature of the target is reached for each CPR within each ESM. In this article, we will look at the Paris Agreement, which is likely to have an impact on investors, and some investment opportunities to take advantage of the resulting measures. Businesses know that an exit from the Paris agreement would hurt the U.S. economy while opening the country to greater risks due to serious climate impacts. That`s why more than 600 companies and investors such as DuPont, Gap, General Mills, Hewlett Packard, NIKE, Mars, PG-E and hundreds of small businesses have issued a statement to the new government asking it to implement the Paris Agreement. No nation can cope alone with the effects of climate change.

The Paris Agreement ensured commitments from almost every nation in the world to fight climate change. It`s a real global company. Countries present their climate commitments and ensure that all nations do their part to reduce emissions and adapt to climate change. These commitments cover emissions from 190 countries – 97% of global greenhouse gas emissions. This agreement ensures for the first time that all major emitters – including China, India, Mexico, Europe, Japan and the United States – will reduce their emissions. And because our action helps encourage others to act, we cannot protect Americans from the damage caused by climate change if we do not act at home and help secure the actions of other countries. Subsequently (5), we projected changes in the biomass and MCP of fish species under two opposite climate scenarios, characterized by representative concentration trajectories (RCPs). CPR 2.6 is a strong scenario for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, which is expected to result in a net radiation force of 2.6 Wm-2 by the end of the 21st century. CPR 8.5 is an economic-intensive greenhouse gas emission scenario that projects a net radiation capacity of 8.5 Wm-2 by the end of this century.