Even North Korea Is Criticizing Trump Pulling Out Of The Paris Accord

Hawaii is making our planet great again in the wake of President Donald Trump’s controversial announcement last week that he’s pulling the US out of the Paris climate agreement.In the space of five days, he spoke with French President Emmanuel Macron, British Prime Minister Theresa May, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.India bristled after being told it would gain billions of dollars if the US signed the agreement, the United Nations called the decision “disappointing” and European leaders lined up to condemn Trump, including French President Emmanuel Macron, who memorably responded, “there is no plan B. There is no planet B”.”President Trump may have pulled out of the Paris climate agreement, but Hawaiʻi is on the frontlines of climate impacts and we remain committed to action”.The bill continues: “Regardless of federal action, the legislature supports the goals of the Paris Agreement to combat climate change and its effects on environments, economies, and communities around the world”.North Korea has signed the Paris agreement.Former Unites States president Barack Obama praised U.S. states and cities for maintaining measures against climate change in a fresh jab at his successor’s decision to quit the Paris accord.The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) says that President Trump badly misrepresented the research of its scientists when he cited their work last Thursday to justify his withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, reported the Reuters news service.Cambodia, a member of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change since 1995, endorsed the Paris deal.The new Hawaii law creates a state commission to explore strategies the state could adopt toward climate change mitigation and adaptation.”We do not have a global warming problem on this planet, what we have is an energy poverty problem on this planet”.Democratic Mayor Frank Jackson said a worldwide plan to address climate change is “simply the right thing to do”. “We have a shared social, economic and environmental responsibility to ensure the health, security and prosperity of our students, not just today but for generations to come”.As of June 5, the three states were joined by Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oregon, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Vermont and Virginia.