Trump's Paris climate accord withdrawal worst decision of his life

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Author(s) The San Diego Union-Tribune editorial board
Source The San Diego Union-Tribune
Date June 1, 2017
Quotes-start.png America first? The natural gas, wind and solar industries in the U.S. already employ more than five times as many American workers as the coal industry, which has been in serious decline for decades. It’s bad enough that Trump’s decision may lead other countries to drop out of the accord, but it’s worse that it will jeopardize America’s standing in the world as well as its position in the global economy. Now it appears China, which has committed to lessening its reliance on coal, will be revered globally as a climate-action leader. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues against the position United States was right to withdraw on the topic United States withdrawal from the Paris Agreement.