Syria plans to join Paris climate accord, leaving U.S. as lone outlier

Posted In Climate Change, News
Nov
7

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Syria plans to join the Paris climate accord, an official from the war-ravaged country said Tuesday, a move that leaves the United States as the only United Nations member state not supporting the agreement.

While the U.S. ratified the 2015 Paris Agreement last year, President Donald Trump announced in June that he wants to pull out unless the U.S. can get a better deal…

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