List of Countries in the Paris Agreement

The Paris Agreement is an international treaty that was signed by 195 countries in 2015. The agreement aims to limit the global temperature increase to two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels and to pursue efforts to limit the temperature increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

To achieve these goals, the Paris Agreement requires countries to submit their own plans on reducing greenhouse gas emissions and strengthening their resilience to the impacts of climate change.

Here is a list of the countries that have signed and ratified the Paris Agreement:

1. Afghanistan

2. Albania

3. Algeria

4. Andorra

5. Angola

6. Antigua and Barbuda

7. Argentina

8. Armenia

9. Australia

10. Austria

11. Azerbaijan

12. Bahamas

13. Bahrain

14. Bangladesh

15. Barbados

16. Belarus

17. Belgium

18. Belize

19. Benin

20. Bhutan

21. Bolivia

22. Bosnia and Herzegovina

23. Botswana

24. Brazil

25. Brunei Darussalam

26. Bulgaria

27. Burkina Faso

28. Burundi

29. Cabo Verde

30. Cambodia

31. Cameroon

32. Canada

33. Central African Republic

34. Chad

35. Chile

36. China

37. Colombia

38. Comoros

39. Congo

40. Costa Rica

41. Côte d`Ivoire

42. Croatia

43. Cuba

44. Cyprus

45. Czech Republic

46. Democratic People`s Republic of Korea

47. Democratic Republic of the Congo

48. Denmark

49. Djibouti

50. Dominica

51. Dominican Republic

52. Ecuador

53. Egypt

54. El Salvador

55. Equatorial Guinea

56. Eritrea

57. Estonia

58. Ethiopia

59. European Union

60. Fiji

61. Finland

62. France

63. Gabon

64. Gambia

65. Georgia

66. Germany

67. Ghana

68. Greece

69. Grenada

70. Guatemala

71. Guinea

72. Guinea-Bissau

73. Guyana

74. Haiti

75. Honduras

76. Hungary

77. Iceland

78. India

79. Indonesia

80. Iran

81. Iraq

82. Ireland

83. Israel

84. Italy

85. Jamaica

86. Japan

87. Jordan

88. Kazakhstan

89. Kenya

90. Kiribati

91. Kuwait

92. Kyrgyzstan

93. Lao People`s Democratic Republic

94. Latvia

95. Lebanon

96. Lesotho

97. Liberia

98. Libya

99. Liechtenstein

100. Lithuania

101. Luxembourg

102. Madagascar

103. Malawi

104. Malaysia

105. Maldives

106. Mali

107. Malta

108. Marshall Islands

109. Mauritania

110. Mauritius

111. Mexico

112. Micronesia (Federated States of)

113. Monaco

114. Mongolia

115. Montenegro

116. Morocco

117. Mozambique

118. Myanmar

119. Namibia

120. Nauru

121. Nepal

122. Netherlands

123. New Zealand

124. Nicaragua

125. Niger

126. Nigeria

127. Niue

128. Norway

129. Oman

130. Pakistan

131. Palau

132. Panama

133. Papua New Guinea

134. Paraguay

135. Peru

136. Philippines

137. Poland

138. Portugal

139. Qatar

140. Republic of Korea

141. Republic of Moldova

142. Romania

143. Russian Federation

144. Rwanda

145. Saint Kitts and Nevis

146. Saint Lucia

147. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

148. Samoa

149. San Marino

150. Sao Tome and Principe

151. Saudi Arabia

152. Senegal

153. Serbia

154. Seychelles

155. Sierra Leone

156. Singapore

157. Slovakia

158. Slovenia

159. Solomon Islands

160. Somalia

161. South Africa

162. South Sudan

163. Spain

164. Sri Lanka

165. Sudan

166. Suriname

167. Swaziland

168. Sweden

169. Switzerland

170. Syrian Arab Republic

171. Tajikistan

172. Thailand

173. The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

174. Timor-Leste

175. Togo

176. Tonga

177. Trinidad and Tobago

178. Tunisia

179. Turkey

180. Turkmenistan

181. Tuvalu

182. Uganda

183. Ukraine

184. United Arab Emirates

185. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

186. United Republic of Tanzania

187. United States of America

188. Uruguay

189. Uzbekistan

190. Vanuatu

191. Venezuela

192. Viet Nam

193. Yemen

194. Zambia

195. Zimbabwe

The Paris Agreement represents a global effort to combat climate change and protect our planet for future generations. While signing and ratifying the agreement is an important first step, it is crucial that countries follow through on their commitments and take meaningful action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate the impacts of climate change.

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