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Rally in Binghamton held in protest of Trump's Paris Climate Accord decision

18 June 2017

The U.S.is the world's second largest greenhouse gas emitter and without it, the agreement's temperature goal could be unreachable, said Jessica Hellmann, director of the University's Institute on the Environment.

It is her first chance to talk to him directly since President Donald Trump withdrew from the Paris accord, largely on Pruitt's advice.

Ige said Hawaii is the first state to enact legislation implementing parts of the Paris climate agreement.

He's dramatically misguided to think that withdrawing from Paris will help the United States in any way.

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Keyserling is the only Beaufort County official on the list.

"Canada is unwavering in our commitment to fight climate change and support clean economic growth".

The Paleontological Research Institution expresses its strongest possible disagreement with President Trump's recent announcement that the United States will withdraw from participation in the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement.

Climate change is already doing real damage in communities across the United States and around the world.

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It connects the U.S.' "hostile policy" towards the Korean peninsula as a reason for its nuclear weapons program and says those who blindly follow the Trump administration "should be fully aware that the judgment of history shall take them all as one". "When climate change is threatening our reefs and threatening our weather ... then it's threatening our economy, too". As part of the Paris Agreement, the US took on a leadership role in driving clean energy innovation, as well as monitoring other countries' progress and ensuring transparency.

"We will also continue to reach out to the U.S. federal government to discuss this matter of critical importance for all humankind, and to identify areas of shared interest for collaboration, including on emissions reductions", he said. It is cheaper than coal, and will reduce emissions. We're all in when it comes to climate action.

He said the challenge for supporters of the Paris agreement is to persuade enough states and the electorate that there is a greater benefit to future generations to make the financial investment to reduce emissions. That's how we usher in a brighter more prosperous tomorrow. "The Paris climate agreement set unworkable targets that put America at a competitive disadvantage with other countries and would have raised energy costs for working families".

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