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Observers Outline Options For Trump To Stay In Paris With Softer GHG Goal

March 31, 2017
Longtime observers of international efforts to address climate change say the United States could plausibly remain in the Paris climate deal by weakening its national emissions target and supporting clean coal technologies, despite President Donald Trump's campaign pledge to “cancel” the agreement and strong pressure from conservatives to depart. Supporters of the stance say that staying in the deal will help address climate change and preserve competitive advantages for clean technologies. They also say it avoids imposition of trade sanctions,...


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