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The Paris Agreement: what difference does it make if the U.S. is in or out?

On November 4, 2020, the U.S. officially withdrew from the Paris Agreement. That same day, Joe Biden promised to re-enter the agreement. But what difference does it make exactly if the U.S. is in or out?

11/12/2020 12:16 PM

32 comments

  • Marie Petit
    12/20/2020 04:20

    en français

  • Charles B.
    12/01/2020 03:10

    Bottom line, "Brut" is an arm of the dimokkkrat party.

  • Timothy B.
    11/29/2020 04:31

    Where the money at. I don't see it being spent just like. Biden's cancer center all pay but no research

  • Joseph L.
    11/16/2020 08:38

    Anyone who believes that Biden will do anything is a fool

  • Frederick M.
    11/15/2020 21:15

    If you believe that man can actually controll the earth's natural cycles, you probably believe in the eaater bunny and politicians don't lie. Yes ,we are moving it along faster, yet overpopulation causes deforestation, our natural filters and especially in America, we make it profitable for the poor to reproduce politicians, because of their obsession with power are incapable of finding viable solutions. Welk, maybee China has unleashed one

  • Kilo L.
    11/15/2020 17:19

    When the cap melt, earth will start loosing water from pole like Mars

  • Charles L.
    11/15/2020 12:04

    Is all about money

  • Frederick M.
    11/15/2020 07:13

    Obama is right no country can stop climate change because it the natural cycle of earth . Instead of being delusional, politicians need to stop new construction in low lying areas and start moving refineries etc. To higher ground. That's something they can actually do and deals with reality not fantasy. If we stopped rebuilding after coastal disasters we'd have the money for moving critical infrastructure. It's more about votes than reality

  • Anas K.
    11/15/2020 05:17

    C'monnn... USA you are already richer than almost everyone, it should be fair to at least share a bit of your money to others. What you give you get back.

  • Thai X.
    11/13/2020 05:19

    And of course China'a and India are going to follow the rules, just because Biden asked them to do so.

  • Buyong M.
    11/13/2020 03:35

    Hayop na Obama kupal ng mukha nakikialam pa rin sa politika ng america gayung matagal ng tapos ang termino nya

  • David M.
    11/13/2020 02:26

    Every country except China and India who are the BIGGEST POLLUTERS!

  • Philipp L.
    11/13/2020 01:28

    Go Trump

  • Evelyn A.
    11/12/2020 20:17

    Politicians could careless about global warming & climate change. They clearly know the problem is animal agriculture. But since it’s a trillion dollars industry, they’d rather act & pretend like they’re doing the impossible to make a change 😑😒 Punks!

  • Slevin C.
    11/12/2020 19:58

    The United States lowered its emissions because individual states decided to implement the Paris climate exchange no matter what the Cheeto and chief wants. But yes let’s credit the orange baboon with lowering carbon emissions

  • Kelly S.
    11/12/2020 17:11

    I think Trump did a good thing withdrawing from it. So many other countries are big polluters, and are not held accountable. The United States doesn’t need to send billions of dollars to something that has little effect.

  • Ned I.
    11/12/2020 16:56

    Trump was 100% right. The biggest polluters, China, Russia, India, will continue ignoring any and all commitments, and continue developing their industry, while the USA would get stuck trying to live up to these commitments and fall behind in economic development.

  • Michael A.
    11/12/2020 16:07

    Baseless low information propaganda from brut

  • Bonnie R.
    11/12/2020 16:06

    Nice not hearing Trumps dirty mouth & whinny voice.

  • Joseph M.
    11/12/2020 15:51

    Unfortunately many people appoint the media as their spokesperson instead of discerning between the hype and what's actually happening. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nytimes.com/2020/09/11/opinion/fact-check-trump.amp.html

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