(National Sentinel) Climate Hoax: President Donald J. Trump is being blamed for making the planet warmer by a UN-aligned group for pulling the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Accords earlier this year, as he promised he would do on the campaign trail.
Trump’s action will push up global temperatures nearly half a degree Celsius (0.9 degrees Fahrenheit) by 2100, according to a report released Wednesday at UN climate talks in Bonn, Phys.org claimed.
The sited noted that if all countries, including the U.S., honored carbon-cutting pledges made under the agreement, the world would still grow warmer — by about 3.4 degrees above pre-industrial levels, according to the Climate Action Tracker (CAT) research group previously said.
And that isn’t nearly good enough to “avoid climate catastrophe, scientists say,” as the site reported.
Phys.org reported further:
The Paris pact, adopted in 2015, calls for capping the rise at “well below” 2 C, and even 1.5 C if possible, to avoid climate-addled future of extreme drought, deadly heatwaves and superstorms made more destructive by rising seas.
But if the US abandons its goals for reducing greenhouse gases, set under the Barack Obama administration, the end-of-century thermometer will climb even further to 3.2 C, the report showed.
“This is largely due to the fact that the United States is walking away from its 2030 target, and long-term 2050 goals,” CAT said in a statement.
The accords were signed during the Obama administration without presenting them to the GOP-controlled Senate as a treaty for ratification, as the Constitution requires. Legal experts said that’s what the agreement really was — a treaty, not simply a “pact” made by the former administration.
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During his campaign, Trump repeatedly said the accords were a “bad deal” for America and that he would pull the country out of them if elected.
Trump announced he would withdraw the U.S. from the agreement June 1.
“I was elected to represent the people of Pittsburg, not Paris,” Trump said. “It’s time to pursue a new deal that protects” the environment, as well as the American people, he said then.
Trump also knocked the cost of the agreement — which will rise to some $450 billion a year, much of which would have to come from the U.S. — while major polluters who are also signatories to the deal do not have to comply with the accords’ emissions limitations for more than a decade. Meanwhile, the U.S. had to become compliant immediately.
The National Sentinel reported recently that the deal was little more than a major transfer of wealth from rich countries to developing countries, and that the accords had almost nothing to do with global warming and climate change, but rather served as worldwide welfare program.
We have also noted that a former UN official has admitted that the concept of global warming/climate change is really a drive to destroy capitalism.
Despite claims, there is no direct scientific evidence proving that human industrialization and advancement is causing the planet to warm or the climate to change.
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