Media: trump told the new environment on intention to leave Paris agreement

Media: trump told the new environment on intention to leave Paris agreement

MOSCOW, may 28 — RIA Novosti. The President of the United States, Donald trump told a circle of trusted people about your intention to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, reports the website news Axios, citing informed sources.

According to him, among these trusted individuals — the head of the Agency for environmental protection Scott Pruitt.

G7 leaders at the summit in Taormina has tried, among other things, to achieve unity in the fight against climate change, however, in the final Declaration were forced to admit defeat for the US position, which had not joined the consensus on the Paris agreement. Trump wrote on Twitter, that will make the decision on climate change next week.

Trump earlier critical remarks about the document, believing that it is not in the national interest of the country. To date the US administration has not made a decision about the prospects of the country’s participation in the agreement.

In January, the Agency Reuters with reference to Myron Ebell, then head of the Agency for environmental protection, reported that trump plans to sign a decree on the withdrawal from the Paris agreement. However, later the media, citing its sources reported that the daughter trump Ivanka persuaded him to stay in the agreement.

However, in March, trump signed a decree that abolished the decree of Barack Obama on emissions from coal-fired power plants. Critics trump said that without the same emissions regulations will be difficult to comply with the Paris agreement. ExxonMobil wrote to the Trump a letter with a call not to come out of the climate agreements.

Paris climate deal — the first global climate agreement signed by 194 countries in December 2015, defines the global plan of action to curb global warming. It does not imply a renunciation of fossil fuels and emissions of carbon dioxide. However, all parties must take measures to reduce emissions, technological reequipment and adaptation to climate change.