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Climate Alliance. May noted that Japan and Canada fellow members of the G-7 group of rich industrialized nations also were not signatories, but like Britain remain committed to the Paris agreement ."It's an important worldwide agreement on climate change", May said on Friday.
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    It's highly improbable that this will lead to more manufacturing jobs in the United States , instead it may actually encourage renewable energy pioneers to look at establishing facilities in countries with more progressive views. Xi called for worldwide efforts to combat the global challenge. "We're getting out, but we will start to negotiate and see if we can make a deal that's fair", Trump said.
  • USA crude down in Asia on climate change, supply cues awaited

    USA crude down in Asia on climate change, supply cues awaited

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    US crude production last week already stood almost 500,000 barrels per day (bpd) above the year-earlier level, straining OPEC's efforts to drain a global overhang. US inventories, however, fell 6.4 million barrels last week, their eighth straight weekly drawdown. EIA's data shows March's production was at 9.1 million barrels a day and expects it to hit 9.7 million barrels a day in December.
  • Trump's decision on Paris climate deal irrational:Indian-American lawmakers

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    Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said in Singapore on Friday that the USA decision was "disappointing. but not at all surprising", adding that Australia remained "committed to our Paris commitments". The CEO's of 30 major American companies issued an open letter to Trump in recent weeks, urging him to keep the U.S.in the deal. "We will succeed because we are fully committed, because wherever we live, whoever we are, we all share the same responsibility: make our planet great ...
  • Tech leaders react with dismay to US Paris agreement exit

    Tech leaders react with dismay to US Paris agreement exit

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    Climate issues were expected to dominate discussions between Li, who is leading a large delegation of ministers to Brussels, and EU Council President Donald Tusk and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. Bill Peduto, the Mayor of Pittsburgh, said, "We're gonna make sure we follow this agreement". Other business leaders warned that the U.S. economy would give away technological leadership.
  • Billionaire Bloomberg pledges $15 million to United Nations for climate change

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    If you instead compare the impact of the Paris Agreement to no climate policy, then the temperature reduction is much larger, on the order of 1 degree Celsius - 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit - by 2100. "Not only does this deal subject our citizens to harsh economic restrictions, it fails to live up to our environmental ideals", Trump said. However, that's been ruled out by other leaders .
  • Hack of Password Manager OneLogin Exposes User Info

    Hack of Password Manager OneLogin Exposes User Info

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    Customer data residing in password management service OneLogin was compromised when a "malicious actor" accessed information on keys used for encryption, the firm reports. This means that many companies are going to spend today doing security clean-up. "Am I the only 1 to find it disturbing OneLogin had a decryption method for customer data accessible enough to be grabbed via breach?" said one user on Twitter .
  • Hundreds protest Trump's Paris climate decision outside White House

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    Trump , on the other hand, has long expressed skepticism about the need for action on climate change. "It is hugely disappointing that President Trump is making the mistake in rowing back on the Paris Agreement ". "The gravity of this subject is well documented and everyone knows the considerable efforts we have to deliver to be up to this major challenge, and yet, the president of the United States has consciously chose to pull out of the deal".
  • So, What Happens To The Paris Climate Agreement Now?

    So, What Happens To The Paris Climate Agreement Now?

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    Abroad, the announcement was met with widespread worldwide condemnation. In an exceptional step, the leaders of Germany, France and Italy issued a joint statement to criticise Trump's move and rejected his offer of renegotiating the deal.
  • Trump confirms USA withdrawal from Paris climate accord

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    After the decision following US President Donald Trump to quit Paris Climate Deal, Indian-American lawmakers has acknowlged it as an "irrational" decision that has set the planet on a "catastrophic" course. "We have daily interactions with USA scientists, we work very, very closely with them at all levels. Not us. India makes its participation contingent on receiving billions and billions and billions of dollars in foreign aid from developed countries", Mr.