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The Latest: Island nations urge US to stay in climate accord - Daily Mail;

The Latest: Island nations urge US to stay in climate accord - Daily Mail

Daily MailThe Latest: Island nations urge US to stay in climate accordDaily MailA coalition of small island and low-lying countries says it would like to see the United States remain part of the Paris climate accord. But the Alliance of Small Island States says the endangered islands will seek other "genuine and durable partners ...and more »

Trump under fire over expected global climate deal withdrawal - TODAYonline

Trump under fire over expected global climate deal withdrawalTODAYonlineWASHINGTON - President Donald Trump came under pressure on Wednesday from corporate CEOs, U.S. allies, Democrats and some fellow Republicans to keep the United States in a global pact to fight climate change, while a source close to the matter ...and more »

Paris Climate Discord - Wall Street Journal (subscription)

Paris Climate DiscordWall Street Journal (subscription)President Trump and his advisers are debating whether to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate accord, and if he does the fury will be apocalyptic—start building arks for the catastrophic flood. The reality is that withdrawing is in America's ...and more »

What would the US leaving the Paris climate deal look like? - WCAI;

What would the US leaving the Paris climate deal look like? - WCAI

WCAIWhat would the US leaving the Paris climate deal look like?WCAIHundreds of environmentalists arranged their bodies to form a message of hope and peace in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, in December 2015, as the UN climate change conference was happening on the outskirts of the city. Benoit Tessier ...and more »

Climate change, the Paris agreement and the U.S.: The facts - Press Herald;

Climate change, the Paris agreement and the U.S.: The facts - Press Herald

Press HeraldClimate change, the Paris agreement and the U.S.: The factsPress HeraldA guide to what's in the Paris agreement, what's going on with global warming, and what might happen if the rest of the world keeps fighting man-made climate change with the U.S. on the sidelines. News service report. Share. facebook · tweet · email ...and more »

Gov. Brown looks to China for climate bond following Trump's resistance - Santa Rosa Press Democrat;

Gov. Brown looks to China for climate bond following Trump's resistance - Santa Rosa Press Democrat

Santa Rosa Press DemocratGov. Brown looks to China for climate bond following Trump's resistanceSanta Rosa Press Democrat(1 of ) California Gov. Jerry Brown discusses his upcoming trip to China during an interview with The Associated Press, Wednesday, May 31, 2017, in Sacramento, Calif. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli). prev. next ...and more »

Biden: Paris deal 'best way to protect' U.S. leadership - The Hill;

Biden: Paris deal 'best way to protect' U.S. leadership - The Hill

The HillBiden: Paris deal 'best way to protect' U.S. leadershipThe HillFormer Vice President Joe Biden · Joe BidenBiden: Paris deal 'best way to protect' U.S. leadership Biden launching PAC: report Biden officiates same-sex wedding over Memorial Day weekend MORE on Wednesday cast climate change as an "existential ...and more »

Trump abandoning global climate pact? Decision 'very soon' - Chicago Sun-Times;

Trump abandoning global climate pact? Decision 'very soon' - Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Sun-TimesTrump abandoning global climate pact? Decision 'very soon'Chicago Sun-TimesA White House official says President Donald Trump is expected to pull the United States out of the historic Paris deal on climate accord. | Associated Press. Jill Colvin and Julie Pace | Associated Press ...and more »

Trump is poised to withdraw from Paris climate pact — unless he changes his mind - Los Angeles Times;

Trump is poised to withdraw from Paris climate pact — unless he changes his mind - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesTrump is poised to withdraw from Paris climate pact — unless he changes his mindLos Angeles TimesIndications from White House officials that President Trump was heading toward pulling the U.S. out of the Paris accord on climate change set off a worldwide reaction Wednesday, continuing the public drama around a decision that has been agonized and ...and more »

California must stand against Trump's plan - Modesto Bee;

California must stand against Trump's plan - Modesto Bee

Modesto BeeCalifornia must stand against Trump's planModesto BeePerhaps Donald Trump thinks he's being clever about his plans to take America out of the Paris Climate Accord; teasing reporters, putting out hints through surrogates, pretending there is something that might change his paranoid mind when it comes to ...and more »

Spotlight on green news & views: #@%¡* Trump apparently ready to bail on Paris climate agreement - Daily Kos;

Spotlight on green news & views: #@%¡* Trump apparently ready to bail on Paris climate agreement - Daily Kos

Daily KosSpotlight on green news & views: #@%¡* Trump apparently ready to bail on Paris climate agreementDaily KosJared Kushner, Donald Trump's son-in-law and one of his senior advisers, is now considered a “subject of interest” by the FBI... Sign the petition to MSNBC: Keep Lawrence O'Donnell on the air. MSNBC executives plan to cancel Lawrence O'Donnell ...and more »

195 countries signed the Paris deal, 2 oppose it. For now. - USA TODAY

195 countries signed the Paris deal, 2 oppose it. For now.USA TODAYIf President Trump makes good on a campaign pledge to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate agreement, the nation will be allied — environmentally speaking — with Nicaragua and Syria. Trump still hasn't said for sure whether he plans to back out ...and more »

As US retreats, EU and China seek climate leadership at summit - Reuters

As US retreats, EU and China seek climate leadership at summitReutersFILE PHOTO: Hundreds of environmentalists arrange their bodies to form a message of hope and peace in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, December 6, 2015, as the World Climate Change Conference 2015 (COP21) continues at Le Bourget near the ...and more »

U.S. Coal Stocks Fall; Exit From Climate Deal May Hurt, Not Help - U.S. News & World Report;

U.S. Coal Stocks Fall; Exit From Climate Deal May Hurt, Not Help - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World ReportU.S. Coal Stocks Fall; Exit From Climate Deal May Hurt, Not HelpU.S. News & World ReportThe logo and trading symbol for U.S. coal miner Peabody Energy Corp. are displayed on a screen on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., April 4, 2017. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid Reuters. By Rodrigo Campos and Nichola ...and more »

How pulling out of the Paris climate change agreement may hurt the US military - Business Insider Australia;

How pulling out of the Paris climate change agreement may hurt the US military - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider AustraliaHow pulling out of the Paris climate change agreement may hurt the US militaryBusiness Insider AustraliaThe U.S. government is turning its back on one of the most significant international climate change accords in modern history — and it's only going to end up hurting the Department of Defence. President Donald Trump absolutely plans on withdrawing the ...and more »

Canada to 'keep marching on' in climate fight, despite Trump - Reuters

Canada to 'keep marching on' in climate fight, despite TrumpReutersOTTAWA May 31 Canada on Wednesday greeted reports that U.S. President Donald Trump was leaning toward withdrawal from a pact on climate change by saying it would "keep marching on" with the rest of the world to combat global warming. If Trump ...and more »

Walsh urges Trump to keep Paris climate pact - The Boston Globe;

Walsh urges Trump to keep Paris climate pact - The Boston Globe

The Boston GlobeWalsh urges Trump to keep Paris climate pactThe Boston GlobeMayor Martin J. Walsh urged the Trump administration Wednesday to remain part of the Paris climate agreement while pledging that the city will bolster its commitment to clean air and water. At a City Hall news conference, held amid reports that ...and more »

The climate-change pact is more popular than Trump – and the senators who oppose it - McClatchy Washington Bureau;

The climate-change pact is more popular than Trump – and the senators who oppose it - McClatchy Washington Bureau

McClatchy Washington BureauThe climate-change pact is more popular than Trump – and the senators who oppose itMcClatchy Washington BureauThe Paris climate change agreement is more popular than not only President Donald Trump but also the 21 Republican senators who've pushed him to withdraw from it. A majority of Americans in every state support the U.S. remaining part of the 2015 treaty ...and more »

Trump has little to gain and much to lose by backing out of Paris Agreement, analysts say - CNBC;

Trump has little to gain and much to lose by backing out of Paris Agreement, analysts say - CNBC

CNBCTrump has little to gain and much to lose by backing out of Paris Agreement, analysts sayCNBCThe move will please his political base, but threatens to upset allies and provoke trade disputes, analysts say. Backing out of the accord will do little to advance Trump's pro-fossil fuel agenda, analysts told CNBC. Tom DiChristopher | @tdichristopher.and more »

Trump to announce decision on global climate pact soon - Daily News & Analysis

Trump to announce decision on global climate pact soonDaily News & AnalysisPresident Donald Trump said on Wednesday he was nearing an announcement on whether to pull out of a global pact to fight climate change and was listening to people on both sides, while a source close to the matter said Trump was preparing for a U.S. ...and more »