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 @9F86FDM from California agreed…10mos10MO

The Paris Climate Agreement helps us secure the environmental well being of this planet. Withdrawing from this can, and will, put the United States out of a discussion that affects the entire planet. Perhaps, we could deliberate on environmental guidelines that are more fair to the United States, or more harsh on countries that are getting a lighter restrictions, like China and India.

 @9FBWDGZ from California agreed…10mos10MO

Since 1880, the global annual rate of temperature has increased just under 1 degree Celsius. I've found this information to be consistent in more than one source. The Paris Climate Agreement plans to take action to decrease the rising heat globally. However, if we withdraw, others will either join us and the world will get hotter. Or, we will become outcasted and ostracized for withdrawing. Besides, we're already in it, what is the argument to leave it?

 @9F82Y75 from California agreed…10mos10MO

While the Paris Climate Agreement is a non-binding structure provided by an international system, it is a structure nonetheless that prompts nations to proactively battle the detrimental effects of climate change. Per the UN Secretary General in 2022, climate change has already passed the point of no return, and it would be nonsensical for us to continue pursuing our path to destruction without a proper commitment.
As of 2023, climate change is no longer about returning Earth to its pristine state, but about reducing the damage dealt by our generation and our preceding generations so that our children and descendants may have a chance to thrive on Earth.

 @9FMK7N7agreed…10mos10MO

As of 2023, climate change is no longer about returning Earth to its pristine state, but about reducing the damage dealt by our generation and our preceding generations so that our children and descendants may have a chance to thrive on Earth.

 @98PJ69P from Utah agreed…1yr1Y

The U.S. should not withdraw from the Paris agreement because it's an amazing agreement dedicated to bettering our planet. Some may argue that we should leave because other Countries are not holding up their end of the deal. I disagree with this because just because they are doesn't me we should. We agreed with it, and we need to stick with it in the end, at least, we can say we tried instead of giving up simply because that is what everyone else was doing.

 @9FJCC5Z from Illinois agreed…10mos10MO

The U.S. ranks second in global greenhouse emissions, showing that while some nations may be lagging in effort to change their emissions, the U.S. emits far more, making our solution to climate change more urgent than other nations.

 @9FJ82JNagreed…10mos10MO

Tell me if you saw Paris wanting change for the effect of climate change but then in reality you don't see them doing it at all then you can see how the agreement was no more than a fluke to others.

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