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Washington withdraw from the Paris Convention for Climate

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Post by rocky Fri 02 Jun 2017, 1:49 am

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{International: Euphrates News} announced US President Donald Trump on Thursday, the United States withdrew from the Paris Convention for the climate.
The declaration of Trump, fulfill a promise during the presidential election campaign.
Prior to Trump 's declaration, it was quoted by news agencies, a document in which the White House said that Trump will say that the Paris Convention "cost more than the American people" are not Mtanasb.anthy

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European Union and China strongly defended Thursday the Paris Convention on Climate hours of a statement to the head of Donald Trump before the US media said it could be announcing his country 's withdrawal from this Agreement.

The Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang Thursday during a visit to Berlin that "China will continue to implement the promises made under the Paris Agreement" signed in 2016 in order to reduce global warming.

He added, "But we also hope that we do it in cooperation from others," referring to the waving Trump to withdraw from the Convention.

Beijing was with the previous US administration of Barack Obama's most prominent architects of the historic agreement under which 196 countries committed themselves to reducing their emissions of greenhouse gases to global warming with the ambition to limit this increase at 1.5 degrees compared to the previous levels of the industrial era.

And without commenting on Trump's decision is expected at 19.00 GMT. The time, German Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed pleasure "to meet its obligations to China climate agreement." He Qiang and Merkel for their support "rules-based" Mraeih global system.

The tone appeared to EU officials about less diplomatic Trump.

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President of the European Council Donald Tusk urged a cynical tone of the US president not to go out of the Paris Agreement. He wrote in a tweet addressed the Trump "Please do not Tssmoa climate (political)".

For his part, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is likely that the US withdrawal is unacceptable.

He said at a press conference Wednesday evening in Germany, "I am a supporter of transatlantic relations, but if the US president said in the coming hours, he wanted to withdraw from the Paris agreement will be on Europe to say that things are not going in this vein."

Juncker added, alluding to repeated accusations directed by Trump to the media to publish false news, "when it comes to a legal text of international agreements, not all such false news."

Trump wrote in a tweet Wednesday in which the central slogan of his campaign regained "I will announce my decision on the Paris agreement Thursday at 15.00 pm (1900 GMT) at the White House lawn. Restore the greatness of America. "

She noted US media to the possibility that Trump announced the withdrawal of the Paris Agreement.

Since it came to power through Trump about his intention to pay the energy sector of fossil (coal, oil, gas) due to his defense of US jobs.

If, Washington will be the withdrawal of a powerful earthquake 18 months after the conclusion of this historic agreement at a time when the United States and China are considered the main perpetrators of the global warming.

In the midst of the Berlin meeting on Thursday morning, it is expected that the EU and China confirms their support for the Paris agreement during their summit Thursday afternoon and Friday in Brussels, according to a European official said.

On the other hand, a Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Thursday that a possible withdrawal of key players like the United States, the Paris Convention on Climate Change, could "complicate" application.

Russian agencies quoted Peskov for the "application of this Convention in the absence of key players will be more complex, but there is no alternative now."

The issue of climate led to a split in the Group of Seven, which last week held a summit in Italy. He said the leaders of all member states of the Group reiterated their involvement in the Paris climate deal with the exception of the United States.

The Trump promised during his campaign to "Cancel" climate agreement. But since his inauguration the face of Trump conflicting messages in a reflection of the currents that run through his administration on the climate issue and more broadly about Washington's role in the world and its links with multilateral agreements.

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Donald Trump withdraws U.S. from Paris climate deal

Posted on June 2, 2017 by Editorial Staff in US

U.S. President Donald Trump announces his decision that the United States will withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement, in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, U.S., June 1, 2017. Photo: Reuters

WASHINGTON,— U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday said he would withdraw the United States from the landmark 2015 global agreement to fight climate change, drawing anger and condemnation from world leaders and heads of industry.

Trump, tapping into the “America First” message he used when he was elected president last year, said the Paris accord would undermine the U.S. economy, cost U.S. jobs, weaken American national sovereignty and put the country at a permanent disadvantage to the other countries of the world.

“We’re getting out,” Trump said at a ceremony in the White House Rose Garden under sunny skies on a warm June day, fulfilling a major election campaign pledge.

“We don’t want other leaders and other countries laughing at us any more. And they won’t be,” Trump said.

“The same nations asking us to stay in the agreement are the countries that have collectively cost America trillions of dollars through tough trade practices and in many cases lax contributions to our critical military alliance,” Trump added.

Republican U.S. congressional leaders backed Trump. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell applauded Trump “for dealing yet another significant blow to the Obama administration’s assault on domestic energy production and jobs.”

Supporters of the accord, including some leading U.S. business figures, called Trump’s move a blow to international efforts to tackle dangers for the planet posed by global warming.

Former Democratic President Barack Obama expressed regret over the pullout from a deal he was instrumental in brokering.

“But even in the absence of American leadership; even as this administration joins a small handful of nations that reject the future; I’m confident that our states, cities, and businesses will step up and do even more to lead the way, and help protect for future generations the one planet we’ve got,” Obama added.

Trump, who has called climate change a hoax, said his administration would begin negotiations either to re-enter the Paris accord or to have a new agreement “on terms that are fair to the United States, its businesses, its workers, its people, its taxpayers.” He complained in particular about China’s terms under the agreement.

International leaders reacted with disappointment, even anger.

“The decision made by U.S. President Trump amounts to turning their backs on the wisdom of humanity. I’m very disappointed… I am angry,” Japanese Environment Minister Koichi Yamamoto told a news conference on Friday in an unusually frank tone.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni said in a rare joint statement the agreement could not be renegotiated and urged their allies to hasten efforts to combat climate change and adapt.

“While the U.S. decision is disheartening, we remain inspired by the growing momentum around the world to combat climate change and transition to clean growth economies,” said Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

A summit between Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and top European Union officials in Brussels on Friday will end with a joint statement – the first ever issued by China and the EU – committing both sides to full implementation of the Paris accord.

China’s state news agency Xinhua published a commentary that described Trump’s move as a “global setback.”

China overtook the United States as the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases in 2007.

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With Trump’s action, the United States will walk away from nearly every other nation in the world on one of the pressing global issues of the 21st century. Syria and Nicaragua are the only other non-participants in the accord, signed by 195 nations in Paris in 2015.

Fiji’s Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama, who is the incoming head of the U.N. Climate Change Conferences, which formalized the 2015 pact, said Trump’s decision was “deeply disappointing”.

Fiji, like many other small island nations, is seen as particularly vulnerable to global warming and a possible rise in ocean levels as a result of melting polar ice.

U.S. business leaders voiced exasperation with the Trump administration.

“Today’s decision is a setback for the environment and for the U.S.’s leadership position in the world,” Goldman Sachs Group Inc Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein wrote on Twitter.

Tesla Inc CEO Elon Musk and Walt Disney CEO Robert Iger said they would leave White House advisory councils after Trump’s move.

Under the Paris accord, which took years to reach, rich and poor countries committed to reducing emissions of greenhouse gases generated by burning fossil fuels that are blamed by scientists for warming the planet.

“I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris,” Trump said.

Pittsburgh’s mayor, Democrat Bill Peduto, shot back on Twitter that his city, long the heart of the U.S. steel industry, actually embraced the Paris accord.

The spokesman for U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called the action a “major disappointment.” The U.N. body that handles climate negotiations said the accord could not be renegotiated based on the request of a single nation.

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, speaking in Singapore on Friday, also called the U.S. decision “disappointing… but not at all surprising,” adding that Australia remained “committed to our Paris commitments.”

South Korea’s foreign ministry said in a statement “it is regrettable that the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris climate accord will undermine international responsibility and efforts to respond to climate change.”

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Announced US President, Donald Trump, officially his country's withdrawal from the Paris Convention for the fight against climate change, raising concerns about the future of the Convention and the relations of Washington and the countries of the world.

He said Trump, in the White House, said that the United States would abandon the current agreement, but it is open to negotiate another agreement, stressing that his country "will stop the start of the day on the implementation of the terms of the Paris Convention is not binding, and imposed financial and economic burdens on our country."

The Trump pledged Aban his campaign last year to take steps to help the coal and oil industries in his country.

Opponents say the withdrawal of the United States of the Paris Convention that it means a waiver of the leadership of the world of the United States in the face of one of the major challenges.

Obliges the Paris Convention, the United States and 187 other countries have to maintain global temperatures level "significantly lower" than the level of 2 C (3.6 F) above the level it was in the times of pre-industrial "and seek to minimize" even more than that level is 1.5 degrees percentage.

It did not sign this agreement countries, namely Syria and Nicaragua, as described Trump as intended to harm the United States and her disability and impoverishment.

He claimed that the agreement will cost the United States, the loss of three trillion dollars of gross national product and 6.5 million jobs, while economists treat its competitors such as China and India, favoring more.

Paris Convention seeks to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases to high temperature Alordmsdr image STR

Trump said, "In order to Avi official in America my duty and protect its citizens, the United States would withdraw from the Paris Convention on Climate Change, but will begin negotiations to re-enter the Paris Convention itself or in a new deal entirely fair terms for the United States."

He says, "we will come out of the Convention, but we are going to start negotiating, and we'll see if we can reach a fair deal" and completed "If we so Viscon it well, and if we can not, there is nothing wrong in it."

Analysts say the withdrawal of the United States will make it difficult for the world to reach the goals set for himself in the Paris Convention.

The United States is contributing to a rate of approximately 15 percent of emissions of carbon in the world, but at the same time it is an important source of funding and technology to developing countries to support their efforts to combat rising temperatures.

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Trump announced his country's withdrawal from the climate agreement and Obama condemns the decision

WASHINGTON, June 2 (UPI) - US President Donald Trump announced the withdrawal of the United States from the Paris climate deal, which he promised during his election campaign under the banner of defending US jobs. "As of today, Thursday, the United States will cease implementing the contents of the Paris Agreement (and will not comply) with the severe financial and economic constraints imposed by the agreement on our country," Trump said. "The agreement is not in the interest of the United States," Trump said in a speech at the White House garden, pointing out that the current agreement was not strong enough with China and India. "I was elected to represent the population of Pittsburgh, not Paris," he said, stressing that he rejected "anything that could stand in our way" to bring down the US economy. "It is time to give Yangstown, Ohio, Detroit, Michigan and Pittsburgh, one of the best places in this country, priority over Paris and France," he said. Trump said the Paris agreement "will have no significant impact" on the climate. Since coming to power, Trump has shown a desire to give momentum to fossil fuels such as coal, oil and gas under the slogan of defending US jobs. The agreement, signed by 190 countries at the end of 2015 in the French capital under the auspices of the United Nations, aims to halt global warming by reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The US withdrawal from the deal would effectively dismantle 18 months after the historic agreement that Beijing and Washington were under Barack Obama, his chief architect. Former President Barack Obama was the first to reject the president's decision. Obama said in a statement that the agreement would not have come to light in 2015 only thanks to "the US leadership on the world stage," explaining that "the private sector has already chosen a cleaner future. "I think the United States should be at the forefront," Obama said in a statement. "Even in the absence of the US leadership, even if this administration joins a small handful of countries that reject the future, I am confident that our countries, cities and companies will be responsible and will do more to protect our planet for future generations." International reactions to the Trump decision have also been criticized. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was "sorry for the president's decision" to continue "the climate policy that is keeping our land." Several German Social Democratic ministers, including the foreign minister, said Trump's decision would "damage" the entire world. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Thursday condemned US President Donald H. Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris climate deal. "A seriously wrong decision," Juncker wrote in English and German, minutes after Trump announced his decision. The European Commissioner for Climate Action Miguel Arias Canetti said Thursday that the world could "continue to rely on Europe" to lead the fight against global warming after the announcement of the withdrawal of the United States from the Paris agreement. "The Paris agreement will continue," he said in a statement. "The world can continue to count on Europe to lead the world to combat climate change," he said, expressing "deep regret for the unilateral decision of Donald Trump." Finished

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Europe responds to the withdrawal of America: the climate agreement is not subject to modification and negotiation


Date of release: 2017/6/2 


The rulers of Italy, France and Germany said they had regretted the United States' decision to quit the Paris Convention on Climate Change, but that would not prevent them from going ahead, saying that the agreement was "non-negotiable and non-negotiable."
French President Emmanuel Macaron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni said in a joint statement that the agreement is a vital tool for the universe, societies and economies of the world, adding that the agreement will remain "a cornerstone of cooperation between countries to address climate change and apply Plan 2030, which carries the goals of sustainable development. "
The three officials said they were convinced that the implementation of the Paris Agreement provides economic opportunities for the prosperity and growth of the countries and affirmed their full commitment to the implementation of the Agreement, including financial targets, as well as encouraging all partners to accelerate action to address climate change, Especially the poor and the most needy.
US President Donald Trump announced Thursday the withdrawal of the United States from the Paris Convention to combat climate change to "protect America and its people," as he put it.

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