Trump not invited to Paris climate summit next month
Tuesday, 7 November 2017 () PARIS (AP) — French authorities said President Donald Trump is not among more than 100 world leaders invited to Paris for a climate summit next month. French President Emmanuel Macron plans a summit to push his "Make our Planet Great Again" agenda on Dec. 12, the anniversary of the 2015 Paris climate accord. The summit aims at promoting green projects and providing new funding sources, a few weeks after separate talks that are currently being held at a global climate conference in Bonn, Germany. A French diplomatic official said the countries whose heads of state are being invited are those who are "especially committed" to applying the Paris accord.
The United States will play a big role at global talks next month on shaping the Paris agreement on climate change. This to the dismay of some nations that want Washington sidelined because of President Donald Trump’s plan to withdraw from the deal. U.S. officials have said they will be...
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