Say what you`re going to say about the numbers President Trump used to justify the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris climate accord. But the president is partly right. The Paris agreement, which requires the United States to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, could cost some Americans their jobs. The Paris Agreement does not dare to use the words “promise” or “commitment.” It is so absurd to approve anything that can be considered too restrictive that its announcement was delayed at the last minute, because the United States insisted on replacing the word “must” with “should” with respect to the responsibility of developed countries in mitigating the effects of climate change (Article 4.4). The main objective of the Paris Agreement is simple but powerful – to keep the rise in the average temperature of the planet below 2 degrees Celsius. The other objectives of the agreement are: the Paris climate agreement is an initiative of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change to help reduce global warming. The goal is to prevent the earth`s temperature from rising by more than 2 degrees Celsius by limiting the greenhouse gas emissions allowed by each participating nation. The 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change has defined a broad legal structure for global cooperation, which should give more specificity to future agreements. Paris has done nothing of the way.
While many countries have adopted the Paris Agreement, others are less optimistic. In 2017, U.S. President Donald Trump announced his intention to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement, previously concluded by U.S. President Barack Obama. While President Trump has made his intentions clear, in accordance with Article 28 of the Paris Agreement, the United States must remain in the agreement until November 4, 2020.  In accordance with the programme guidelines presented in this agreement, each country can independently decide how to reduce its emission profile. Other aspects of the agreement are non-binding, which means that there is no concrete way to ensure its implementation. On the basis of formal procedures, the United States has