• Keith C.
    06/02/2017 05:02

    Yeah thats what they said about the hole in the ozone layer . They discovered a hole in it in 1985. Used same scare tactics as today. But here we are 32 years later. This is just bullshit story period

  • Gary E.
    06/02/2017 07:35

    Rather hear this crap than healthcare, racism, and russia.

  • Suzie D.
    06/02/2017 09:15

    Curse this old coal depending fart! He's the biggest mistake of America

  • Fila C.
    06/02/2017 09:27

    Does anyone know what plants need to survive ? Yes Carbon Dioxide ! Histeria over this whole climate crap is outrageous. The climate will change regardless with or without us. It has been for millions of years.

  • Joe H.
    06/02/2017 10:46

    Can't wait to mine some more coal!!!!

  • Mike J.
    06/02/2017 10:55

    This is all a bunch of bullshit. The estimated goal to fix climate change was only one percent. Plus the polar ice caps that supposedly melted away are magically back. One volcano eruption puts out more greenhouse gas than humans have their entire existence. Climates are changing on all the other planets too.

  • Gunther C.
    06/02/2017 10:57

    And California is supposed to float away into the ocean. Just liberal bullshit. At it again.

  • Janelle S.
    06/02/2017 11:04

    Well, I guess we can test this and find out. It could cause irreversible damage, but in the end, it will only really affect the average person, the rich and powerful will be just fine and they are the only ones who matter anyway. After all, who ever heard of "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure"?That's just a silly idea someone thought of to scare people into being conscientious of their own actions.

  • Bradley K.
    06/02/2017 11:48

    I feel a zombie apocalypse by the umbrella corporation coming.

  • Zoe S.
    06/02/2017 11:59

    Wow, there are so many people saying this is crap. Do any of you have a degree in environmental science? Do any of you work at any EPA industries as a scientist? Have any of you even simply done 100 hours or more volunteer work at a nature park or reserve and talked to the scientists? Then you really aren't the ones who should be making the decisions with the environment. If you haven't put any work in, don't bother sitting on your behind and complaining about it. You rather obviously don't know much about it.

  • Tyler H.
    06/02/2017 12:00

    Y'all need to read the full statement from him because y'all clearly didn't read/hear the part where Trump said he will re enter or join a new one that is fair for all Americans.

  • Latoya L.
    06/02/2017 12:07

    I'm no scientist, but who it's responsible for climate change and weather? Can "man" really do so much that it won't eventually do whatever it's gonna do anyway? Out of all the things that has been going on this to me is of very little importance or concern.

  • Leigh C.
    06/02/2017 12:08

    Its not that climate change doesnt happen naturally but we are speeding up the warming at an unnatural pace. Which will cause a lot of damage through storms, flooding etc. Be prepared for a lot more katrina's and honestly if it happens this time other countries shouldnt lift a finger to help us due to our own stupidity.

  • RaShaun R.
    06/02/2017 12:12

    this is what I was talking about at the pool baby

  • Mackenzie A.
    06/02/2017 12:21

    Not having kids

  • Roland S.
    06/02/2017 12:27

    Half a degree in a century? I feel we will get more than that if we emitted nothing. Sometimes, spending money on futile problems just isn't the answer.

  • Brandon F.
    06/02/2017 12:46

    this is what I was talking about

  • Charlie A.
    06/02/2017 12:55

    No such thing as climate control it's just fake news #trump #MAGA

  • Ma'santo R.
    06/02/2017 13:10

    Goodbye to ‘American Last.’ The Paris agreement was basically an attempt to halt climate change on the honor system. Its only legal requirements were for signatories to announce goals and report progress, with no international enforcement mechanism. As a result, it was likely that the United States and wealthy European nations would have adopted and implemented severe climate change rules while many of the world’s governments would avoid doing anything that would slow their own economies. The agreement basically made the U.S. economy and Europe’s strongest economies sacrificial lambs to the cause of climate change. Industrial Carnage. The regulations necessary to implement the Paris agreement would have cost the U.S. industrial sector 1.1 million jobs, according to a study commissioned by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. These job losses would center in cement, iron and steel, and petroleum refining. Industrial output would decline sharply. Hollowing Out Michigan, Missouri, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. The industrial carnage would have been concentrated on four states, according to the Chamber of Commerce study. Michigan’s GDP would shrink by 0.8 percent and employment would contract by 74,000 jobs. Missouri’s GDP would shrink by 1 percent. Ohio’s GDP would contract 1.2 percent. Pennsylvania’s GDP would decline by 1.8 percent and the state would lose 140,000 jobs. Smashing Small Businesses, Helping Big Business. Big businesses in America strongly backed the Paris climate deal. In fact, the backers of the climate deal reads like a “who’s who” of big American businesses: Apple, General Electric, Intel, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, General Mills, Walmart, DuPont, Unilever, and Johnson & Johnson. These business giants can more easily cope with costly regulations than their smaller competitors and many would, in fact, find business opportunities from the changes required. But smaller businesses and traditional start-ups would likely be hurt by the increased costs of compliance and rising energy costs. Making America Poorer Again. A Heritage Foundation study found that the Paris agreement would have increased the electricity costs of an American family of four by between 13 percent and 20 percent annually. It forecast a loss of income of $20,000 by 2035. In other words, American families would be paying more while making less. Much Poorer. The overall effect of the agreement would have been to reduce U.S. GDP by over $2.5 trillion and eliminate 400,000 jobs by 2035, according to Heritage’s study. This would exacerbate problems with government funding and deficits, make Social Security solvency more challenging, and increase reliance on government’s spending to support households. The Paris deal was, in short, a disaster for America and a nothing-burger for climate.

  • Michael F.
    06/02/2017 13:54

    Bullshit story