Solve Climate is a portal dedicated to news on climate change and all possible efforts taken by the world leaders to fight the dangers posed by climate change. We are particularly interested in the current US policies and how it affects the climate and ecology. Since coming into power, President Trump has made a lot of policy reversals enacted by the Obama administration. One of the greatest reversals that have got the world talking is the withdrawal of the United States from the 2015 Paris Accord. The bad news is that when the wrath of climate change comes, no one will be spared.
Who Is At Risk Of Climate Change?
The United States happens to be one of the largest emitters of greenhouse gases together with China and India but the others have surpassed the United States to become the world leaders in renewable energy. Earlier this year, China completed the world’s largest solar farm and is currently aiming to stop the manufacture and sale of petrol and diesel vehicles. All these happened before the President of the United States, Donald Trump, withdrew the country from the Paris Climate Agreement of 2015.
It is not a surprise that major American businesses like Apple, Microsoft, Walmart, Coca-Cola, Exxon, Google, and GE, opposed the withdrawal of the United States from the Paris Agreement. These businesses understand that growth of clean energy jobs has toppled fossil fuel jobs. 1 in 50 new jobs in the U.S. is accounted for by solar while wind turbine technician is the single fastest-growing job. There is so much at stake that ‘doing nothing’ in the fight against climate change is not an option.
Creating a National Green Bank gives America the chance to reclaim leadership in renewable energy as well as create a cleaner, brighter future for the young generation.
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Politics Affects Climate – Here Is How
The Paris accord is one of the efforts made by world leaders to combat global warming. During the COP 21 held in Paris in 2015, the participating countries reached an accord on how to reduce global warming. Recently, the president of the United States, Donald Trump announced that the country would withdraw from the Paris climate accord. He argued that the agreement was a threat to the economy and sovereignty of the nation.
Whatever happens at the top of any administration gradually but surely trickles down. Trump’s denial of climate change is growing the population of Americans who also think that climate change is a hoax. Leading scientists have strengthened their claim that the earth is warming and that human activities are the cause. Obama administration prioritized the fight for against climate change but Trump administration thinks otherwise.