Cambodia Says it Regrets ‘Irresponsible’ Trump Decision to Leave Paris Climate Accord

“So the departure of U.S. does not really change anything in as far as the effectiveness of the climate change multi-lateral agreement is concerned”, Chademana said.U.S. President Donald Trump said last Thursday that he has made a decision to pull the United States out of the Paris Agreement, a landmark global pact to fight climate change.”North Korea has strong incentives to fight climate change and its potential to erode government control”, he said.North Korea signed the historic accord, and in withdrawing, the US joins only two other countries who stand outside it – Nicaragua, which refused because it believed the agreement did not go far enough, and the only country that may be more isolated diplomatically than North Korea: Syria.Former FBI Director James Comey will testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday that President Trump did ask him for “loyalty” at a January dinner and later told him alone in the Oval Office that he “hope [d] you can let” the investigation into former national security director Michael Flynn “go”.The withdrawal by the United States from the Paris Agreement “will not change anything” on the efficiency of the climate change multi-lateral agreement, a climate justice campaigner said on Wednesday. We are being joined by business leaders, governors, university presidents and millions of citizens across the United States to pledge “We Are Still In” – and we will achieve and exceed America’s commitment to the Paris Agreement.Last week, USA president Donald Trump chose to pull out of the Paris climate deal, attracting worldwide condemnation. Trump’s announcement last week that he wants to pull out of the Paris accord did not come up, according to the governor.The move has also caused a rift with India, after Trump accused New Delhi of receiving “billions and billions and billions of dollars” in return for joining the Paris agreement.China is by far the world’s largest user of coal, which accounts for nearly two-thirds of its energy use and has made it the No. 1 emitter of climate-changing greenhouse gases.Georgia plans to gradually reduce the greenhouse gasses emissions from different economic sectors until 2030 by 15-20%, support climate-friendly technologies, reduce the risks of catastrophes and protect the people living at high risk due to environmental conditions. But that isn’t to say that anyone, much less progressives and anti-Trump activists, should feel happy or enthusiastic about North Korea dunking on POTUS.I explained that we had briefed the leadership of Congress on exactly which individuals we were investigating and that we had told those Congressional leaders that we were not personally investigating President Trump. Today Trump is “singing” a similar song and performing the same gig with regards to climate change. The Paris climate agreement is far from ideal, but it presents a strong opportunity for nations to pressure each other to reduce emissions.