Trump’s Cold East Tweet hints Oppose of Paris Climate Agreement | Scientists blast on Tweet

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Trump’s Cold East Tweet hints Oppose of Paris Climate Agreement | Scientists blast on Tweet:

The US President Donald Trump again defended his decision to cease the US Participation in Paris Climate Change Agreement. Through Social Media President Trump made the tweet on Cold weather in East and the New Year’s eve could be the COLDEST on record. President also stated that United State use a little portion of that good old Global Warming and his decision could save Trillions of Dollars and would be beneficial for the Country’s GDP.

Trump on Paris Climate Change Agreement

After withdrawal from Paris Climate Change Agreement earlier this Year, President Trump is stern on his decision and the latest move is the continuous defending from United State Climate Alliance, NOAA & the Climate Scientists who were constantly opposed the President’s move.

Though several hours later after Trump’s brief on Paris Climate Change Agreement and withdrawal of USA, Climate scholars and NOAA came at the stage to remind that USA is costing more than $1bn in Hurricanes, Wildfires & flooding and record low temperature doesn’t mean that Climate Change is a kind of Joke.

Trump Tweeted on Cold Weather in East- Taunt on COP21     

“In the East, it could be the COLDEST New Year’s Eve on record. Perhaps we could use a little bit of that good old Global Warming”

Through this Social Media message President Trump described that the Climate Change is not a reality and just a belief created by people who everyday trying to oppose the decisions taken by us. Trump in his latest tweet said “Perhaps we could use a little bit of that good old Global Warming that our Country, but not other countries, was going to pay TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS to protect against. Bundle up.” This all referenced to the Cold weather in the Eastern side and this time it is possible that New Year’s eve could be the COLDEST.

What is all About Paris Climate Change:

The Paris Climate Change Agreement (COP21) was adopted on December 12, 2015 and the Agreement sets out a global action plan to put the world on a track to avoid dangerous climate changes by limiting Global warming to below 2’ C. Former US President Obama in his tenure made the USA participation in the Agreement but earlier this Year the newly President Donald Trump back out of the Climate Change and cease the Participation of USA in Climate Change Agreement stating references of American GDP downfall and Trillions of Dollars as waste because China and other countries are more responsible for Global Warming.

Trump ceased the US Participation in Paris COP21 Agreement

President Trump backed out from the COP21 Agreement after joining in 2015. On June 1st, 2017 US withdrawn its participation from Agreement, supporters of bold policies to address Global Warming around the world feared that the U.S. withdrawal would hinder action on the issue

US Opposition on US withdrawal from Paris Climate Change Agreement

The governors of several U.S. states after US withdrawal formed the United States Climate Alliance as part of opposition said to continue to advance the objectives of the Paris Agreement despite the federal Govt’s withdrawal. The similar commitments also being expressed by other State Governors, Mayors and Scientists.

Scientists’ view on US withdrawal from Climate Change

Scientists replied that hinting of Cold Weather in East seems that president found himself pining for some of that “good old global warming whereas a climate scientist from the University of New South Wales, called Trump’s comment “an ignorant misconception of the way the earth’s climate works”.

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the US is on wrong track to match the costing on extreme weather and climate events like wildfires, hurricanes and flooding.

Source- WT

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