There were two big ticket action items that, while not officially on the agenda, were still center stage. In fact they were all the green press talked about.
By Ron Stein The problem with the Paris Climate Agreement, the National Climate Assessment report, and other forecasts, is that most of the nations of the world have bought into the “forecasted conclusions” regardless of the validity of the assumptions.
There is a direct connection between the Paris Accord and the Paris riots.
The Paris climate agreement would force U.S. taxpayers to fork over approximately $10 billion every year to developing countries like China, Iran, and Venezuela.
According to AEI’s panel, it does not matter if the climate science is off. The green agenda needs to be implemented, no matter what.
The Climate Home news service puts it this way: "Climate talks in Bonn have been held hostage for more than a week over the issue, as poor countries called for a space to hold the rich to account on their promises."
"We're going to cancel the Paris climate agreement and stop all payments of United States tax dollars to UN global warming programs." WATCH NOW
President Trump should see through Exxon's attempt to “greenwash” away its public relations problems, keep his campaign promise, and free America from the UN climate agreement.
Energy company tries to greenwash its PR problems away. Sorry Exxon, you can't get rid of the Greens through appeasement.
President Donald Trump will likely bow out of last year’s Paris climate agreement by executive order sometime later this week, according to a former official with the president’s transition team.