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Perhaps McGahn, Pruitt, and others worry that judges could use the Paris Accord to push back against the EPA’s upcoming regulatory reforms. That's not an unreasonable concern.
Trump’s First Foreign Trip and the Fate of the Paris Agreement: Reading the Tea Leaves from the G7 and NATO Summits
President Trump’s campaign promise to “cancel” the Paris Agreement, and his subsequent statement that he has an “open mind” on the question, will now be transported to the multilateral stage in a setting of high politics.
A new film on climate change and national security emphasizes the danger of ignoring this crucial issue.
President Trump’s refugee policy is linked to another set of his controversial views: those on climate change.
Climate change as national and global security problem emerges as one of the single loudest themes in the Obama administration’s reflections on its eight-year legacy and the challenges that remain.
In light of the scientific consensus that substantial increases in atmospheric CO2 will inevitably lead to solar-driven global warming, the nations of the world are seeking to obtain agreement on proposals to reduce the amount of CO2 that their economies produce. A variety of reports, both government and nongovernment, have underscored the national security threats associated with cli