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 @9F82Y75 from California disagreed…10mos10MO

By withdrawing from the Paris Climate Agreement and choosing to reduce our commitments to fighting climate change, we will be denying the right of future generations--our sons and daughters--to enjoy a clean and safe Earth.

 @9F9KZJM from Ohio disagreed…10mos10MO

The earth is slowly dying and in order to have a stable life span, we must come up with a better climate for friendly living otherwise there will be no humanity.

 @9F94Z8K from Oregon disagreed…10mos10MO

The USA is a super power in the world and they're cooperation is important to help our environment and better our future.

 @9F86FDM from California disagreed…10mos10MO

The Paris Climate Agreement has been adopted by 196 Parties. Withdrawing from it may result in the United States not being able to deliberate on an issue that affects the entire planet.

 @9F7Z9LQ from California disagreed…10mos10MO

The earth is slowly dying and in order to have a stable life span, we must come up with a better climate for friendly living otherwise there will be no humanity.

 @9F6B9XX from Illinois disagreed…10mos10MO

The responsibilities of the U.S is unbalanced compared to other powerful countries like China and India.

 @9FBWDGZ from California disagreed…10mos10MO

If America withdraws from the Paris Climate Agreement, it leaves our country and others susceptible to the negative effects that come from rising heat levels. As well as incite other countries to withdraw, potentially harming future generations.

 @7KVRQ5Y  from Indiana disagreed…10mos10MO

The Paris Climate Agreement puts far too much responsibility on the United States and far too little on countries like China and India.

 @9F99F2TRepublican from Ohio disagreed…10mos10MO

The Paris Climate Agreement postulates too much on conjecture that claims humans are soley responsible for the changing of the climate verses looking at natural cyclical issues.

 @9F98LLT from California disagreed…10mos10MO

The US is the largest country in production and the other countries involved are not being asked to change. Pollution is bad but shouldn't be regulated by the government.

 @9F8RL8BSocialist from Missouri disagreed…10mos10MO

The only reason that the US should withdraw is to protest the lack of obedience by almost every single country in the agreement.

 @9FMK7N7disagreed…10mos10MO

The responsibilities of the U.S is unbalanced compared to other powerful countries like China and India

 @9FJ82JNdisagreed…10mos10MO

If Paris had proven itself less effective in preventing climate change then how would we trust Paris (France) if they merely reject to prove themselves useful in worst to worst odds?

 @9FG78PS from Pennsylvania disagreed…10mos10MO

don't get rid of it. it is about climate change and lots of people don't think that it is real when they need to be educated on the matter.

 @98L5TX4 from Alabama commented…2yrs2Y

We can’t afford to open our wallets to payoff the world! Plus we are penalized as China cashes in.

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