Emmanuel Macron Pledges to Cover U.S. Share of U.N. Climate Science Research Funding

France is the brand-new leader of the totally free world, a minimum of where climate change is concerned. After President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Environment Accord in June, French President Emmanuel Macron announced Wednesday that France will cover the amount the United States contributed to the United Nations’environment science research study.”They will not miss out on a single euro,”Macron said, inning accordance with Reuters. The U.N. panel getting the funding is the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Environment Modification(IPCC). Formerly, the United States offered the IPCC about two million euros a year.Je souhaite que l’Europe se substitue aux Américains. Malgré leur retrait, pas 1 centime ne manquera au GIEC(Groupe d’experts intergouvernemental sur l’évolution du climat ). La France sera au rendez-vous. #COP 23 pic.twitter.com/9Ih4Xe9dpf!.?.!— Emmanuel Macron(@EmmanuelMacron)< a href=https://twitter.com/EmmanuelMacron/status/930846734066036736?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw > November 15, 2017 When Trump announced his

withdrawal of assistance and cooperation from they are qualified to do so, which will not be until November 2020.

Macron has criticized President Donald Trump for withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord, and he is not alone in the condemnation from world leaders and environmentalists, who all predict this could harm U.S. standing on international environmental issues.

“I do appreciate his decision, but I do think it is a real mistake, both for the United States and for the world,” Macron Next | Last

View All