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Paris climate pact needed for sake of Mother Earth, Merkel says

Democratic cities and states, aware that the American public as a whole is increasingly concerned about climate change, are taking their stand, perhaps in recognition that the issue could become a pivotal one in the congressional and governor elections in 2018, and perhaps the presidential race in 2020.

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China vows to uphold climate pact after United States pullout

The United Nations said America's exit from Paris was a "major disappointment", with a spokesman for Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urging the U.S. Scientists warn that any delay in weaning the country off fossil fuels could exacerbate the negative effects of climate change for the rest of the globe.

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New Zealand shirking over Paris deal

Nicaragua balked because it found the deal's standards insufficient. Trump's announcement on Thursday that he would take the United States out of the Paris accord, saying it would undermine the USA economy and cost jobs, drew anger and condemnation from world leaders and heads of industry.

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OneLogin Password Manager Reports Data Breach, Potential Decryption of Customer Data

Given OneLogin provides single sign-on access to numerous services and apps, such as Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Office 365, the data breach effectively opens up a such services to unauthorised access. Through the AWS API, the actor created several instances in our infrastructure to do reconnaissance. According to Hoyos, the hacker was able to infiltrate database tables that contained information such as users, apps, and key types.

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NBA Finals Full TV Schedule, Where To Watch

Golden State is a ideal 12-0 in the 2017 National Basketball Association playoffs entering their Finals showdown with the Cavs. The Warriors swapped out Harrison Barnes for Kevin Durant last offseason though, and are the favorites entering the series.

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The Trump Team Abandons Paris Climate Agreement

Here are five things that could be affected by the decision. "Trump had already signaled that he would not live up to the United States commitments under the agreement". He added: "To all scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs, responsible citizens who were disappointed by the decision of the president the United States, I want to say that they will find in France a second homeland".

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Just 138000 jobs added in May, less than expected

But the rate declined mainly because people stopped looking for work last month and so were no longer counted as unemployed. "It is important for the public to understand that we're getting closer to reaching our objectives", Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said during a news conference following the March meeting.

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Donald Trump talks to key world leaders after dumping Paris deal

Several major U.S. corporations had urged Trump to honour the agreement, while Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs's chief executive Lloyd Blankfein, in his first tweet ever, blasted Trump's decision as "a setback" for United States leadership in the world.

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Ariana Grande: "We Won't Let Hate Win"

She said that the concert would raise money for the victims of the attack and their families. The terrorist behind the Manchester bombing phoned his mother and said "forgive me" before carrying out the attack . We won't let this divide us. British police have made another arrest in connection with the deadly suicide bombing at a pop concert in Manchester this week, as investigators focus on intercepting the wider terror network the suicide bomber was reportedly part of.

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Elon Musk Makes Good on His Word to Quit Trump Councils

France, Germany, Italy then issued a joint statement saying the Paris agreement could not be renegotiated. The U.S. Conference of Mayors says it strongly opposes President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accord and vows that the nation's mayors will continue efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions blamed for global warming.

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Trump pulls USA out of Paris climate accord

In a letter to Trump , Morrisey and attorneys general from Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, South Carolina, Texas and Wisconsin argued that the so-called Clean Power Plan was the linchpin of the United States' involvement in the Paris agreement , and therefore, the president's decision to dismantle the Power Plan supported the need to withdraw.

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Tokyo's Nikkei closes above 20000 points, at 22-month high

Hong Kong's Hang Seng index gained 0.4 percent to 25,924.05. It was on track for a gain of 0.6 percent for the week and close to 11 percent for the year to date. They also supported the outlook for possibly another hike by the year-end, likely in September. "The thing about that USA lead [overnight] is that it was a strong move, which contrasted what we've seen for much of the preceding week that was limp and drifting without much conviction", said Ric Spooner, chief market analyst for ...

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Hitman Getting New Content For June, Despite Doubts Regarding Series Future

IO says that 10 new Featured Contracts will arrive this month, and all have been picked from the Hitman community. On June 2nd (yes, today) two new Escalation Contracts will be released, one in Sapienza (Landslide) and another in Bangkok .

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Sen. Schumer Calls Paris Accord Withdrawal 'Monumental Mistake'

Pittsburgh has other ideas. The mayor of Quebec's largest city, speaking at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities Big City Mayors' Caucus in Ottawa on June 1, dealt with severe flooding in his province throughout the month of May. In a commentary published on Friday, Xinhua suggested that no one country was now likely take up leadership of global efforts to fight climate change.

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Storm Beatriz makes landfall in Mexico

That stretch includes beach communities such as the Huatulco region. The heavy bursts of rain may worsen or trigger new life-threatening flooding and mudslides. There can be localized flooding in the states of Chiapas, Tabasco and Veracruz as downpours from the depression spread northward. No major wind damage has yet been reported in the media.

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World leaders accuse Trump of turning his back on the planet

She said she would like to see the move away from coal toward other clean energy sources be more of a transition and "less of a shut-it-down kind of mentality". As the World Resources Institute has pointed out, if the U.S. states that support the Paris Agreement were counted as a country, they'd be the fifth largest economy and sixth largest greenhouse gas emitter in the world - meaning that action by those states is significant enough to have an impact.

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OnePlus 5 retail packaging leaked, confirms dual camera

The company has been dropping teasers to boost excitement ahead of the big unveiling, offering exciting hints about its upcoming flagship. OnePlus 5 could share its looks with OnePlus 3T. OnePlus has not officially given a date for the event, but only confirmed a "summer launch" for this smartphone. In another OnePlus 5 leak, this time it shares details in regards to the smartphone's battery.

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Tim Cook: I asked Trump to stick with Paris climate deal

After President Donald Trump said Thursday that the United States will withdraw from the landmark Paris climate agreement, Apple CEO Tim Cook expressed his disappointment with the decision . In a post on Thursday, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said in a post that the withdrawal from the accord "puts our children's future at risk". "For our part, we've committed that every new data center we build will be powered by 100% renewable energy".

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Microsoft apologizes after rogue Windows 10 builds cause confusion (and worse)

Microsoft had pushed out build 16212 from the rs_edge_case branch for PC users whereas mobile users were handed down multiple builds, such as build 16212 from the rs_iot, rs_xbox and rs_devices branches. Microsoft has since blocked the release from being pushed to any more Insiders, and Sarkar said that only a portion of the millions of Windows Insiders were affected.

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US backs out of Paris climate accord

The Paris Agreement brought us together in very challenging times. "We are getting out, but we will start to negotiate, and we will see if we can make a deal that's fair. The world's leader in environmental protection, while imposing no meaningful obligations on the world's leading polluters, he alleged. "We believe that a global approach towards dealing with climate change is the best chance the worldwide community has at effectively addressing its effects".

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French President Emmanuel Macron Trolls Donald Trump: 'Make Our Planet Great Again'

Trump's positions on immigration and climate change have begun to drive wedges between him and the executives he once praised as uniquely talented. "Leaving Paris is not good for America or the world", he said. By withdrawing from the Paris climate agreement , Donald Trump has detached himself and the United States from facing more legal challenges in future regarding climate change.

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NY leadership to honour Paris Accord with executive orders

The president's decision to quit the 196-party accord sparked indignation at home and overseas, with former president Barack Obama saying the United States was "joining a handful of nations that reject the future ". In an interview on Thursday, the president of the World Coal Association, Benjamin Sporton, told Reuters that he had mixed feelings about Trump's announcement, adding he was eager to see a US policy that actively promotes a place for coal in the global energy mix.

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India leads on climate action as Trump exits Paris Agreement

Hours ahead of Trump's announcement , China's Premier Li Keqiang pledged to stay the course on implementing the climate accord in a joint press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and urged other countries to do likewise. "While the United States decision is disheartening, we remain inspired by the growing momentum around the world to combat climate change and transition to clean growth economies", Trudeau said.

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What does the Paris climate deal look like without the United States?

Mr Trump cast his move as part of a bigger "America first" agenda, aimed at restoring U.S. jobs in struggling industries. Apple CEO Tim Cook said he spoke with Trump on Tuesday in an attempt to persuade the president to keep the U.S.in the climate accord but "it wasn't enough".

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Chicago Reaction to Trump Withdrawing US From Paris Climate Agreement

Globally, the shift to a low carbon economy was gathering pace, he said, with coal use in China and India slowing faster than expected, record levels of investment in renewables , and recent commitments by world leaders. Since then a range of White House aides have refused to speculate on the president's views. Under Obama, the USA transferred $1 billion, but Trump's budget proposal does not include payments for the rest.

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Climate Change Commission, Legarda, environment NGO blast Trump pullout from Paris pact

Having spent over 20 years building her career in a coal mine, the 55 year old believes a solution was possible for the U.S.to stay in the climate agreement and simultaneously support clean coal technology and cut carbon emissions. Tesla Inc Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said he will leave White House advisory councils after Trump's move. New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, the group's vice president, called climate change a grave threat to coastal communities, the nation and the world.

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Ivanka Trump has already moved on from climate deal

The French president said he would not work with the USA on climate issues anymore, and all three nations vowed to do more to help developing nations adapt. "Leaving Paris is not good for America or the world", Musk wrote on Twitter shortly after Trump's announcement . CBS RADIO and EYE Logo TM and Copyright 2017 CBS Broadcasting Inc.

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Europe reacts to Trump's Paris Agreement withdrawal with collective dismay

Taking a stand on an issue such as climate change is "very important in shaping the position one has in other countries". Knowing the good work that we and countless others around the world are doing, there are plenty of reasons to be optimistic about our planet's future.

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Trump pulls USA out of global climate change accord

Trump repeatedly painted the pact - struck by his predecessor Barack Obama - as a capitulation, a deal that did not "put America first" and was too easy on economic rivals India, China and Europe . Some other groups expressed measured support for Trump's decision, saying it provided an opportunity to fix problems with the deal. In London, British Prime Minister Theresa May told Trump that the climate accord was a safety net for future generations, Downing Street said.

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Paris Agreement: Gore blasts Trump move withdrawing United States from deal

Despite the deeply partisan political divisions in the United States, a detailed poll this month by Yale University of Americans' attitudes to climate change revealed only 1 in 5 USA voters now support withdrawing from the Paris Agreement and less than a third, just 28% of Trump's own vote base, agrees America should leave the climate agreement.

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Trudeau calls Trump to say climate decision a 'disappointment'

President Trump , in his remarks Thursday afternoon, pointed out that China's emissions alone would totally wipe out the gains from all USA carbon reductions through 2030, adding to his point about the economic burden that the Accords would have placed on the country.

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Statement from Congressman Jim Himes on Trump abandoning Paris Climate Agreement

Scientists say Earth is likely to reach more unsafe levels of warming sooner as a result of the president's decision because America's pollution contributes so much to rising temperatures. withdrawal would not derail the deal. According to John Sterman, professor at MIT Sloan School of Management, U.S. withdrawal from Paris risks initiating a cascade of goal erosion that could unravel the agreement.

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Ministry will process Niti Aayog report on Air India sale: Jaitley

Earlier in the day, Jaitley said the civil aviation ministry has to explore various options for Air India on the basis of recommendations made by the NITI Aayog. However, it posted an operational profit of Rs 105 crore on account of low fuel prices and increased passenger numbers in 2015-16. Raju's plain talk came when the interviewer asked him to comment on Niti Aayog's suggestion that half of AI's total debt of 52,000 crore be written off to make it more attractive for a buyer.

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USA cities and states defy Trump, embrace climate pact

Even a direct appeal from the Vatican wasn't enough to persuade the president. "Generations from now, Americans will look back at Donald Trump's decision to leave the Paris Agreement as one of the most ignorant and unsafe actions ever taken by any president", Sierra Club executive director Michael Brune said in a statement .

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Pittsburgh mayor hits back after Trump invokes city in climate speech

President Emmanuel Macron of France repeated that belief in an English-language speech from the Elysee presidential palace, unprecedented from a French president in an address at home. Obama also weighed in, releasing a statement defending the Paris Climate Accord as precisely the opposite of what Trump claims it to be: Good for the US economy, good for Americans, and good for the planet.


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