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Trump Admin Officially Withdraws from Paris Climate Agreement

Paris climate accords: US notifies UN of intention to withdraw

On Monday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo submitted a formal notice to the United Nations to start the one-year withdrawal process. Agreement rules prevented a country from pulling out in the first three years after the November 4, 2016, ratification.

Despite repeated warnings from scientists of the urgent need to reduce carbon emissions, the U.S.is on track to create almost two-thirds of the world's new fossil fuel production over the next 10 years, according to an August report from Global Witness. Should Trump be defeated in November 2020, the next president could reenter the accord nearly immediately. On the campaign trail, Trump's promise to pull out of the accord became a ribald applause line for his supporters.

On Monday, President Trump initiated the yearlong process of formally withdrawing the United States from the Paris climate accord.

Many of these companies are also members of the We Are Still In coalition, made up of 3,800 investors, companies, states, cities, tribes, businesses, investors, faith organizations, colleges and universities, and representing more than half of all Americans and $9 trillion of the USA economy-all calling for the U.S.to remain in the historic agreement. Arguments that Trump echoed in his 2017 announcement. "Despite 40 years of global climate negotiations, with few exceptions, we have generally conducted business as usual and have largely failed to address this predicament", the study reads.

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According to a Yale survey, 69% of American voters (including 51% of Republicans) disapprove of Trump's decision to pull the USA out of the Paris agreement. The US pullout "undermines this agreement in the most serious way, because it is the leading country in terms of emissions", President Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.

The governors of Maryland and MA are the alliance's sole Republicans.

But Trump, who took office in 2017, has also pledged to turn back environmental regulations, seeking to block California from setting tighter standards on auto emissions and moving to let states set their own standards on existing coal-fired power plants. If Trump is not re-elected next year and a new president decides to resume American membership in the climate pact, reversing Trump's move would be simple and quick. "But we're not. We're a big country with a lot of power and a lot of influence around the world".

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"Yes, there are conversations".

Members of the Paris accord are preparing to renew their commitment to the pact at the COP25 United Nations climate conference next month.

But contrary to some predictions, Trump's decision did not trigger a domino effect of withdrawals by countries such as Brazil and Australia. Still, the Trump administration has or is in the process of rolling back more than 85 USA environmental regulations.

On the contrary, Senator Ted Cruz from Texas defended President Trump by saying the Paris agreement is unfair and "economically devastating".

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