I agree with you. Actually, there are two sides to this coin, as you’ve both mentioned. On the one hand, failure to come up with an agreement in Paris would have been disastrous. That’s what happened earlier, at the 2009 summit, where a new agreement was expected but then negotiations collapsed. That failure was quite disheartening, as much for the climate movement as for the doubts it raised about the capacity of countries to unite around a common purpose. So, there was a great deal of concern by the time Paris came around, as in, “Will it happen again, will we fail again?” In view of that concern, just to come up with an agreement was heartening – and as you say, with such large participation, too. I believe that over 180 countries submitted their national climate plans in addition to signing the agreement; that indicates a much stronger buy-in.