The Paris climate agreement was a landmark global agreement aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating the effects of climate change. Nearly every country in the world, including the United States, signed onto the agreement.

As part of the Paris climate agreement, each country has made financial pledges to support the goals of the agreement. These pledges vary based on a country`s level of development and emissions, but they all aim to support the transition to a low-carbon economy and promote sustainable development.

The United States, as one of the largest emitters of greenhouse gases in the world, has made significant financial pledges under the Paris climate agreement. In fact, the US pledged $3 billion to the Green Climate Fund, which is the primary mechanism through which developed countries support climate action in developing countries.

However, the US has consistently fallen short on meeting these financial obligations. In 2017, President Trump announced that the US would withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, citing concerns over the impact on American jobs and the economy.

Despite the official withdrawal, many US states, cities, and businesses have continued to support the goals of the Paris climate agreement and have pledged to meet their financial obligations. For example, California Governor Jerry Brown announced a commitment to provide $1 billion in funding for clean energy projects in developing countries.

In addition, President Joe Biden has committed to rejoining the Paris climate agreement and increasing US financial contributions to support climate action. However, it remains to be seen how much the US will pledge and whether it will be able to meet those financial obligations.

The financial pledges made under the Paris climate agreement are critical to achieving the goals of the agreement and mitigating the effects of climate change. It is essential that all countries, including the US, remain committed to these pledges and work to fulfill their financial obligations.