When President Trump yanked America out of the UN's Paris Accord last Thursday, Climate Depot's Marc Morano launched into full media overdrive.
With two days left, the UN is closer than ever before to creating a successor treaty/agreement to the Kyoto protocol. They also are poised to achieve their goal of bringing the U.S. into the UN climate regime. However, even at this late hour, substantial divisions remain. Brace for drama.
Climate funding is a major sticking point at the UN climate talks in Paris. An Obama Administration official would not rule out shutting down the government over the UN "Green Climate Fund." If climate funding is not made part of a binding treaty, future U.S. Administrations will be free to cut off the funds at any time.
Will President Obama subject America to a UN climate court? He will if he signs onto one of the latest UN draft texts prepared in the run-up to the big UN summit in Paris.
Developing nations are demanding the U.S. and other prosperous nations shoulder the liability for any natural disasters that happen to strike their countries as a condition to their signing the UN climate agreement.
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