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Donald Trump blames India, China for withdrawing US from Paris climate deal, says agreement was unfair

President Donald Trump has again blamed India and China for his decision last year to withdraw from the historic Paris climate accord.
Firstpost Also reported by •DNA

President Trump At Conservative Political Action Conference – Transcript

Thank you very much. Thank you everybody. (Applause.) Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you, Matt, for that great introduction. And thank you for this big crowd. This is incredible. Really..
Eurasia Review

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News video: Pence Talks Fla. Shooting, Taxes, Jerusalem in CPAC Speech

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Vice President Mike Pence discussed the Florida school shooting and the accomplishments of the Trump administration.
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News video: Trump Talks About Upcoming Royal Wedding

Trump Talks About Upcoming Royal Wedding 00:43

President Donald Trump says Britain's Prince Harry and his fiancee, American actress Meghan Markle, look like a "lovely couple." He said he doesn't know if he's been invited to their May wedding. Trump..
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News video: Governor Hogan commits to Paris Climate Agreement

Governor Hogan commits to Paris Climate Agreement 00:24

In a letter Wednesday, the Republican governor wrote that when President Donald Trump announced his intention to withdraw from the Paris climate accord last year, he opposed the move.
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News video: Trump says US could 'conceivably' return to Paris climate deal

Trump says US could 'conceivably' return to Paris climate deal 00:45

President Donald Trump says that the United States could "conceivably" return to the Paris climate accord, although he stopped short of signaling any move in that direction.
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News video: Trump: U.S. ‘could conceivably go back in’ Paris climate accord

Trump: U.S. ‘could conceivably go back in’ Paris climate accord 01:51

President Trump said on Jan. 10 that the Paris climate accord “was very unfair” to the U.S. He also said the U.S. “could conceivably go back in” the deal.
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Trump names India, China to defend his policy on climate change

US President Donald Trump has once again named India and China to defend his policy on climate change and reiterated that these countries and some others benefited the most from the Paris agreement..
Deccan Herald

Pence Covered A Lot Of Ground In His Big CPAC Speech

pence covered a lot of ground in his big cpac speech
Watch VideoAt the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday, Vice President Mike Pence addressed the Feb. 14 school shooting in Parkland, Florida. "We will make America safe again, we..
Newsy

Breaking with Trump, N.J. buys into Paris Climate Accord

New Jersey will commit to cutting carbon emissions to combat climate change, sticking to an international agreement that President Trump withdrew the U.S. from.
NJ.com

Coal country shouldn't count on a Trump-fueled comeback

President Trump has backed up his vow to revive coal by toppling Obama-era environmental rules, by attempting a coal rescue plan and by promising to yank the United States out of the Paris climate..
CNNMoney

Extreme weather to rise even if Paris goals are met: study

extreme weather to rise even if paris goals are met: study
Miami (AFP) Feb 14, 2018 The risk of extreme weather such as heat waves, floods and drought will rise significantly even if the commitments in the 2015 Paris climate accord are met, a study warned..
Terra Daily

Climate change study say worst case scenario is unlikely

climate change study say worst case scenario is unlikely
Researchers from the University of British Columbia believe that we are much closer to reaching Paris Climate Accord goals than was previously assumed, based on our coal usage.
MailOnline

Environment, gender equality on agenda at G7 Canada meeting

TORONTO (AP) — Climate change will be on the agenda for this year’s Group of Seven summit in Quebec despite Canada’s difference of opinion with the Trump administration. Prime Minister Justin..
Seattle Times

Trump Hints He'd Be Open to Remaining in Paris Climate Pact

President Donald Trump said he'd be open to keeping the U.S. in the Paris climate accord, partly because of his warm relationship with French President Emmanuel Macron -- but also cast doubt on the..
Newsmax

Trump says he would be willing to sign a revamped Paris climate deal

President Donald Trump would be willing to sign the U.S. back up to the Paris climate accord, but only if the treaty undergoes major change, he said in…
Japan Today Also reported by •Deccan Herald

Donald Trump says he is willing to sign Paris climate accord only if treaty undergoes major change

Donald Trump would be willing to sign the US back up to the Paris climate accord, but only if the treaty undergoes major change
Firstpost

Scientists move Doomsday Clock ahead to 2 minutes to midnight

 The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists on Thursday moved the hands of the symbolic "Doomsday Clock" ahead to two minutes to midnight, the closest since the 1950s, amid increasing worries over..
DNA

Brown calls for climate change action, infrastructure investment in last State of the State address

In his final State of the State address, Gov. Jerry Brown highlighted climate change and infrastructure as key issues for California moving forward, and areas of focus that could help spur job growth...
bizjournals

With Murphy in charge, N.J. is looking to uphold Paris Accord

Environmentalists are hopeful that the new governor will join a growing alliance of states, cities and organizations that pledge to uphold the Paris Climate Accord.
NJ.com

Merkel says rise of right-wing populism is 'poison'

merkel says rise of right-wing populism is 'poison'
Merkel told the World Economic Forum in Davos that the only way to move the world forward is through cooperation while hitting out at Trump for withdrawing from the Paris climate accord.
MailOnline

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