For research purposes, here are two UN powerful resources and details for extracting informations:
Internet site to search for information on climate change
1. UN Library : In your browser put UN library -> go to UN resources and documents -> press button for UN documents and publications -> In the search space type in what you are looking to find (you may need to highlight button that says full text and search) -> here you can enter Paris Accord on Climate change
2. UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC):
Put unfccc.int into your browser -> this will take you to a site where on the right is an icon with “official site” -> click on the icon and this will take you to the home site of the unfccc. The Paris Agreement can be found under “Process and Meetings”
Dag Hammarskjöld Library : https://library.un.org/
United Nations Climate Change: https://unfccc.int/
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Although there are many aspects of the investigation of how your country is meeting its obligation to the Paris Accord, I suggest that you include in your efforts: energy production, transportation (automobiles, etc) and agriculture, in focusing on greenhouse gas productions.
If you have any questions you may email Dr. Sheldon Miller at: email@example.com
PhD. Chemistry/Biochemistry taught a college level course in global warming every semester for approximately 13 years.