No country was able to denounce the withdrawal of the agreement before the expiry of a three-year period from the date of ratification. Thus, the United States will cease today all implementation of the non-binding Paris Agreement and the draconian financial and economic burdens that the agreement imposes on our country. It also means ending the implementation of the national contribution and, most importantly, the Green Climate Fund, which is costing the United States a huge fortune. “We know that the UK and the EU, as well as the UN Secretary-General, are planning an event on 12 December, the fifth anniversary of the conclusion of negotiations on the Paris Agreement, where they will try to achieve more ambition,” said Andrew Light. “The withdrawal of the United States, if supported by the next government, will inevitably lead some countries to reduce their efforts to implement existing commitments,” Oppenheimer said. Whoever wins the U.S. presidential election, the United States officially withdraws from the Paris climate agreement on November 4. This measure is a blow to international efforts to stop global warming. Support for this and opposition to this approach has been reported by Trump`s cabinet and advisers: Energy Secretary Rick Perry, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Economic Adviser Gary Cohn and Adviser and Son-in-law Jared Kushner would have wanted the United States to stick to the agreement, while White House Adviser Steve Bannon , White House counsel Don McGahn and EPO Administrator Scott Pruitt wanted the United States to abandon him.  As President, I cannot look at the well-being of American citizens any other way. The Paris climate agreement is simply the latest example of the Washington agreement that disadvantages the United States for the exclusive good of other countries and leaves American workers – whom I love – and taxpayers to absorb costs in the form of lost jobs, lower wages, closed factories and very low economic output. Piers Forster, director of the Priestley International Centre for Climate at the University of Leeds, called the decision to withdraw “a sad day for evidence-based policy” and expressed hope that some Americans, businesses and states would choose to decarbonize.
United States Paris Agreement Withdrawal