Published: Tue, June 13, 2017
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Leaving climate accord puts USA behind -- Ned Grossnickle


President Donald Trump announced on June 1st that his administration would pull the USA out of the Paris Climate Accord.

The spring 2017 NSEE surveyed 841 adult residents of the United States between April 17 and May 16. "It's possible to have both by withdrawing from the Paris climate agreement".

"It is time to exit the Paris Accord and time to pursue a new deal that protects the environment, our companies, our citizens, and our country", Trump had said while announcing the sweeping step that fulfils a campaign promise while acutely dampening global efforts to curb global warming.President Donald Trump had on June 2 declared that the USA will withdraw from the Paris climate accord, saying the "draconian" deal unfairly punished America but benefited countries like India and China, drawing strong condemnation from across the world.

Fortunately, the reaction to Trump's announcement has been encouraging. "North Carolina's commitment to clean air and a healthy environment will remain a priority despite the lack of forward thinking leadership from the current administration". The meeting had been scheduled long before Trump's decision on the Paris Agreement, but the timing sent a clear message about who will lead the fight to address climate change in the coming years.

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Lehigh University has joined the growing list of colleges, cities, states, businesses and investors that have declared they will take steps to uphold the United States' commitment to the Paris agreement on climate change.

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This is an issue that impacts all of us, and our company was an early and emphatic supporter of the Paris climate agreement.

Trump said on Thursday that the landmark 2015 climate agreement threatened millions of jobs and productivity, and that he would start a multi-year process to withdraw from the deal, which has been signed by nearly every other nation on Earth. Ige also signed a bill on Tuesday requiring state officials to plan a response to climate change that aligns the state with the standards and goals of the Paris pact, according to Scott Glenn, an environmental adviser to the governor.

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