White House Still Won't Say Whether Trump Believes Climate Science

Donald Trump's decision to pull the US out of the landmark Paris climate agreement prompted scorn not just from global leaders, but also from scientists, big business heavyweights and other influencers across the board.

"We haven't run new models overnight but the indications are that it could be in the worst case scenario in the order of 0.3 degrees Celsius", Terblanche told reporters in Geneva, referring to a possible rise over pre-industrial temperatures. Some of the mayors and leaders in those states have spoken out against the decision. May's office says she spoke to President Donald Trump after his announcement and "expressed her disappointment with the decision".

"Climate change is a fact of life that people in Los Angeles and cities around the world live with every day". Science is not a strong suit for President Trump, and he has in the past called climate change "a hoax" perpetrated by the Chinese.

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But Merkel, whose country hosts this year's global climate summit, said it was now time to look ahead. "That's the opposite of leadership".

Thirty cities, three states, more than 80 university presidents, and more than 100 companies recently launched another group with similar goals.

Phil Scott and New York Democratic Gov Andrew Cuomo.

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"The United States, through strong action from local leaders, businesses and investors, remains committed to fulfilling the Paris agreement", said Bloomberg, who serves as the U.N. special envoy for cities and climate change. They said the 197-nation agreement "cannot be renegotiated since it is a vital instrument for our planet, societies and economies", noting it offers "substantial economic opportunities for prosperity and growth in our countries and on a global scale".

In a press conference Friday, Bloomberg promised to coordinate contributions from the U.S.to the climate fund after President Trump announced that he would withdraw from the accord. 7 out of 10 Americans think the United States should stick with the Paris Agreement. He has few, if any, supporters in this belief and already a number of American cities are saying that they will go ahead with measures already in play or in development to move towards alternative energy sources and reduce their carbon emissions.

He joins more than 80 US mayors representing 40 million Americans that have agreed to adopt and honor the Paris Climate Agreement. "I made the UK's position clear to President Trump last week at the G-7 meeting, as did the other G-7 leaders, and I made the position clear to President Trump last night". But he said Trump exceeded expectations around Youngstown because of his personality, which McNally compared to that of Rep. Jim Traficant, who represented the area until 2002. "It puts us on the right path to keep warming under 3 C, but even under the same level of commitment of the Paris agreement after 2030, our study indicates a 95 percent probability that the world will warm by more than 2 C by 2100". "He talks about helping cities like Youngstown ... but there's not a lot of help coming our way".

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