Tips for safe online shopping, Trump says U.S. to quit Paris climate pact; allies voice dismay and Hurricane Irma: British Virgin Islands devastation

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Trump says U.S. to quit Paris climate pact; allies voice dismay

Virtually every nation voluntarily committed to steps aimed at curbing global emissions of “greenhouse” gases such as carbon dioxide generated from burning of fossil fuels. Leading climate scientists say the emissions trap heat in the atmosphere and have…

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Trump says U.S. to quit Paris climate pact; allies voice dismay

Virtually every nation voluntarily committed to steps aimed at curbing global emissions of “greenhouse” gases such as carbon dioxide generated from burning of fossil fuels. Leading climate scientists say the emissions trap heat in the atmosphere and have caused a warming planet, sea level rise, droughts and more frequent violent storms. Last year was the warmest since records began in the nineteenth century, as global average temperatures continued a rise dating back decades that scientists attribute to greenhouse gases.

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Virtually every nation voluntarily committed to steps aimed…

They warned that U.S. withdrawal from the deal could speed up the effects of global climate change, worsening heat waves, floods, droughts and storms. CN, which overtook the US as the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases in two thousand and seven, and the European Union will seek on Friday to buttress the PAR agreement, with Li meeting top EU officials in BRU. In a statement backed by all twenty-eight EU states, the EU and CN were poised to commit to full implementation of the agreement, officials said.


They warned that U.S. withdrawal from the deal could speed…

Trump has already moved to dismantle Obama-era climate change regulations, including the U.S. Clean Power Plan aimed at reducing emissions from main coal-fired power plants. Oil majors Shell and ExxonMobil Corp supported the PAR pact. Several big coal companies, including Cloud Peak Energy, had publicly urged Trump to stay in the deal as a way to help protect the industry’s mining interests overseas, though others asked Trump to exit the accord to help ease regulatory pressures on domestic miners. (Reporting by Valerie Volcovici, Timothy Gardner, Jeff Mason, and Roberta Rampton; Additional reporting by Robin Emmott and Robert-Jan Bartunek in BRU, Michelle Nichols at the UN; Writing by Will Dunham; Editing by Nick Zieminski and Cynthia Osterman)

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  1. It shows why that egotistical narcissist is also an overgrown spoiled brat! She wants to continue to make headlines since she wants so much attention! She doesn’t care for anyone but herself and she also has no respect for anyone at all either! People should stop idolizing and worshipping her! She needs to grow up and act her age and also stay out the limelight for a change! She needs to get over herself!

  2. couldn’t agree more.
    Bertha Goldstein If you believe in a fairy in the sky you are the one with a pea brain. And a lack of capacity for rational, critical thought.

  3. You never know.
    Science is not a popularity contest. It consists of repeatable results, of which Wakefield has less than zero. He never had results to start with due to fraudulent practices in procuring data that vaguely matched what he wanted to peddle to lawyers with himself as the expert.

  4. Unfortunately it is unscientific to censor ideas and evidence no matter how bad you think they are. It invokes healthy skeptcism that is at the heart of scienftic inquiry. Maybe these guys are on to something, I better watch this film.
    If the definition of “reason and measured” was “giving equal weight to all sides”, we would still be debating whether witches were responsible for bad luck. And thanks for drawing a parallel to climate change beliefs, because there is a good bit in common between the two. I think your demand for 100% conclusive anything shows a lack of understanding about how this process works. In your view, no science is valid or I suspect this is a way to give you the room to pick and choose anything you want.
    How so? Please defend your vague assertion with specific evidence.

  5. couldn’t agree more.
    Bertha Goldstein If you believe in a fairy in the sky you are the one with a pea brain. And a lack of capacity for rational, critical thought.

  6. She is fire and on point as usual.
    Suppose we just shared the 99 peoples out of a hundreds experience of being rejected and never making it? Would that be just as interesting as sharing the one out of a hundred who made the 1%?
    The problem with saying something is “debunked by ‘leading’ scientists” is that you can turn around and find just as many scientists who take the opposite side in this debate. Like the global warming/climate change issue, this is not settled debate, and there are just as many who have good points on both sides of the issue. I understand that people do not like the opposing sides in these debates, but it is not fair to allow only one side to be heard until scientists can prove CONCLUSIVELY that vaccinations are a good thing without any dangerous side effects, or that climate change is caused to a large degree by man, and has a man-made basis. All points of view should be shared equally so people can make their own minds for themselves.

  7. You mean like the stupid people that refuse to do any research on their own and that just blindly believe that the current CDC schdule of SEVENTY FOUR vaccine doses before age 18 has absolutely nothing to do with the exploding epidemic of autism? The stupid people that have read the THOUSANDS of peer-reviewed published articles linking vaccination to brain and gut damage (both symptoms of autism?). The stupid people that have spent YEARS actually researching the issue and have come to the conclusion that mass vaccination in developed countries has caused much, much more harm than good? The stupid people that have acutually listend to the many, many scientists and doctors that are not ” bought” that have spoken out against vaccination with sound, verifiable data? If you mean those stupid people, then yeah, I agree. Can’t you – just for a moment- entertain the idea that maybe you have been lied to?
    couldn’t agree more.
    Nobody is more focused than the one with nothing to lose or everything to gain. It almost reminds me of a quote that I have partly forgotten. Something to do with workers and chains. And a world to win.

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