India rejects Trump charge that it linked Paris climate accord for aid

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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson insisted Monday that President Trump was "not walking away" from taking action to address climate change - even though the commander-in-chief just four days earlier withdrew the US from the landmark Paris Climate Accord. "Collectively, they will redouble their efforts to ensure that the US achieves the carbon emissions reductions it pledged under the Paris Agreement", Bloomberg wrote in a letter to the United Nations secretary-general.

"We can reduce our emissions and continue to produce American energy without the Paris climate agreement".

"I believe in clean air, and I think Americans will still lead on clean air", he said. Carney's decision to join the U.S. Climate Alliance. The US President also said the deal was not tough on India and neighbouring China.

"The fact of the matter is, Americans don't need Washington to meet our Paris commitment, and Americans are not going to let Washington stand in the way of fulfilling it", Michael Bloomberg, the former New York City mayor and a special United Nations envoy for cities and climate, said in a recent statement from Paris.

Tesla Inc chief executive officer Elon Musk and Walt Disney Co CEO Robert Iger reacted by leaving White House advisory councils after Mr Trump's move.

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The French video adds, "Major U.S. companies from all sectors such as Exxon Mobil, Schneider Electric or Microsoft, disagree". Because of the agreement's structure it is unlikely the US will formally exit the pact before November 2020.

President Trump pulls the US out of the Paris climate agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Only 22 percent of independents supported Trump's move.

"They will find in France a second homeland", Macron said. Ron Wyden of OR, the top Democrat on the Senate committee that oversees trade. Together, the cities represent 54 million Americans, or one-sixth of the USA population. "Trump's latest decision will activate the private sector like we've never seen before". She also said Trump knows the USA has to be "responsible" with climate change. In recent years, he has expressed skepticism about whether climate change is real, sometimes calling it a hoax. Other edits include swapping "badly negotiated" for "comprehensively negotiated". It's a bad deal for this country.

A sign at a nearby rally held as a counter to the "Pittsburgh, Not Paris" rally correctly noted that "Pittsburgh's Mayor Supports the Paris Accord".

General Electric Co., with a multibillion-dollar renewable energy business, backed staying in the Paris agreement.