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Should The US Have Pulled Out Of The Paris Climate Agreement?
The US should not have pulled out of the Paris Climate Agreement
Leaving the Paris Accord will stifle innovation in the US green space as the rest of the world moves toward
Pulling out has led to hostility towards the US and a renewed scepticism towards international cooperation.
It is very rare the entire world will agree on anything.
Reducing climate change is vital to our survival as a species.
It is only fair that the biggest polluters pay the most to offset the effects.
It makes no significant impact. The Paris Climate Agreement is symbolic and unenforceable.
The US withdrawal
united the rest of the world in their commitment to the agreement and to reducing climate change.
The Paris Agreement does not go far enough; the emission targets are not enforced.
It has nothing to do with climate change. The world was greener millions of years ago when CO2 levels were higher. This agreement it about another tax levy on Western citizens - that's all.
The agreement will hurt the economy.
Under the deal large amounts of money are being paid to other countries.
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