Trump could keep US in climate accord with right deal

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U S Still Withdrawing From Paris Agreement, Despite Reports

- newssummedup.com
17 Sep 2017
The White House reaffirmed that the United States is still planning on withdrawing from the Paris Agreement on climate change, despite recent reports that claim the Trump administration has flip flopped on its original policy to back out of it. The administration's statement came in response to reports that President Donald Trump's senior adviser Everett Eissenstat had ...

Era Climate Preparation Plan Despite Trump's Orders

17 Sep 2017
However, the department is still preparing for the effects of climate change even though Trump told them to stop. For instance, as Military Times reports, the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Mid-Atlantic has been taking steps to protect the Hampton Roads base in Virginia--home to 60 Navy ships, hundreds of fix-wing and rotary aircraft and more than 83,000 ...
- ecowatch.com

Flipboard on Flipboard

- flipboard.com
17 Sep 2017
To date, 377 mayors have joined together in a group called Climate Mayors, pledging to honor carbon emissions goals set by the Paris deal in their own cities. Under Paris, the U.S. had committed to cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 26 percent to 28 percent from 2005 levels by 2025.

White House signals to DOJ in James Comey attack

17 Sep 2017
It is not the first time the White House has sought to project a degree of control over the DOJ. Trump has publicly attacked Attorney General Jeff Sessions for recusing himself from the Russia probe, and former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci suggested to a reporter that he had asked the FBI to investigate his West Wing rivals.
- businessinsider.com

US could stay in Paris climate deal under 'right conditions', says Rex Tillerson

- dnaindia.com
17 Sep 2017
Tillerson said Gary Cohn, Trump's top economic adviser, was overseeing the issue. "So I think the plan is for director Cohn to consider other ways in which we can work with partners in the Paris Climate Accord. We want to be productive. We want to be helpful," said. Similar sentiments were expressed on Sunday by national security adviser H.R. McMaster, who said on ABC's ...

White House denies US might stay in Paris accord

17 Sep 2017
The Paris agreement seeks to avert climate change by limiting global warming to no more than 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial temperatures by 2050. It also sets out a goal of reaching a limit of 1.5 degrees Celsius, if possible.
- presstv.com

McMaster says no redo on Paris climate deal decision

- washingtonpost.com
17 Sep 2017
On CBS's "Face the Nation," Secretary of State Rex Tillerson criticized the Paris accord as being "out of balance" for the United States and China but said the administration is seeking "other ways" to work with other countries on tackling climate "under the right conditions."

US says no change in plan to quit Paris climate deal

17 Sep 2017
The statement on Saturday came after the Wall Street Journal and AFP news agency quoted Miguel Arias Canete, a top European climate official, saying the US will "not re-negotiate the Paris accord, but will try to review the terms on which they could be engaged under this agreement".
- aljazeera.com

White House Denies Claim Trump Plans to Shift on Paris Climate Accord

- breitbart.com
17 Sep 2017
"The U.S. has stated that they will not renegotiate the Paris accord, but they will try to review the terms on which they could be engaged under this agreement," European Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy Miguel Arias Cañete said, according to the Wall Street Journal.

White House rejects reports about US staying in Paris climate deal

17 Sep 2017
According to Press TV, the White House announcement, which would deepen a rift with American allies, came following reports that the Trump administration was weighing a policy shift on the 2015 pact at a Montreal meeting with environment ministers from 30 countries on Saturday.
- parstoday.com

Year Old Mow White House Lawn Video 100percentfedUp

- 100percentfedup.com
17 Sep 2017
The National Park Service might be out of a job keeping the White House grounds maintained. A 10-year-old boy named Frank wrote President Donald Trump to offer his lawn mowing services "at no charge" -- and we all know the President loves a good deal. So Frank mowed away this morning!

No One Has Done More Than Trump to Prove White People Are Not Superior

17 Sep 2017
WASHINGTON ( The Borowitz Report )--Upbraiding the ESPN anchor Jemele Hill for calling Donald Trump a "white supremacist," the White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, said on Wednesday that "no one has done more than President Trump to prove that white people are not superior."
- newyorker.com

We still plan to exit Paris accord, ruin climate for everyone else

- thinkprogress.org
17 Sep 2017
That's nonsensical because although the December 2015 Paris Accord was agreed to unanimously by 190+ nations, each country's actual emissions reduction pledge is completely voluntary. In other words, Trump always had the right under the agreement to change and even weaken the U.S. pledge.

White House denies backtracking on Paris pact withdrawal

17 Sep 2017
An international official familiar with the meeting told POLITICO earlier Saturday that Eissenstat, the No. 2 official on the National Economic Council, told diplomats during a closed-door meeting that the U.S. was mulling plans to remain in the Paris deal and to rethink Obama's climate pledge.
- politico.com

Trump could keep US in climate accord with deal 'that benefits the American

- abcnews.go.com
17 Sep 2017
ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos asked McMaster in an interview on "This Week" Sunday if it was possible that the U.S. may stay in the international climate accord. The Wall Street Journal on Saturday reported that the Trump administration was seeking to avoid withdrawal from the accord.
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