DC Mayor Muriel Bowser pledges to uphold Paris climate agreement
Jun 06 2017 by Kathy Alvarado
"I don't want anything to get in our way", Trump said of his decision to pull the U.S. out of the agreement.
"All the discussions we had through the last several weeks have been focused on one singular issue: Is Paris good or not for this country?" said Pruitt.
He had put the USA in league with two other nations -Syria and Nicaragua - who have not signed onto the deal agreed by over 190 other nations.
'We don't need Washington to tell us, ' the Republican mayor of Burnsville, Minnesota, Elizabeth Kautz told CBS News.
File image of American ambassador to the United NationsNikki Haley. Trump said he's willing to renegotiate and re-enter the agreement when he believes it better serves the interests of Americans. "And if the Paris agreement was something that works for them, that they can achieve, they should do that", Haley said.
Gore argued Sunday that reducing carbon emissions is a global challenge and that Trump's decision to withdraw from the accord has hurt America's stature. "I mean, that's what he believes and so that's as clear as I know to give it". The jobs were not attainable as long as we lived under those regulations.
"I don't know if you guys caught my confirmation process or not, but ... that confirmation process I indicated that in fact global warming is occurring, that human activity contributes to it in some manner", Pruitt said.
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It also includes a commitment by developed nations to support climate vulnerable countries through finance and technology at a level of $100 billion annually until 2025, which would go towards adaptation to impacts of climate change, building resilience and preventing further damage.
'We're going to do it because it's the right thing to do'. I think they applauded because they knew it would put this country at a disadvantage.
Asked a fourth time, Pruitt said: "What matters is what you do about it".
But President Trump doesn't believe in climate change, because it's complicated and he doesn't see the immediate benefit to him.
"We believe that a global approach towards dealing with climate change is the best chance the worldwide community has at effectively addressing its effects".
On CBS's Face the Nation, Haley added that Trump was "absolutely intent on making sure that we have clean air, clean water, that he makes sure that we're doing everything we can to keep America's moral compass in the world when it comes to the environment".