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Al Gore Jun 1
Today marks 1 year since President Trump announced plans to withdraw from the . Tomorrow marks 1 year since the rest of the world rejected this idea & doubled down, & American cities, states, & businesses started stepping up to fill the leadership void.
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Rep. Joe Kennedy III Jun 1
A year ago today, told the world that confronting is not a priority for his Administration. But Americans are because we know this fight cannot wait another day.
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Ryan Knight 🇺🇸 Jun 1
It’s been one year since Trump withdrew from the and made it clear that the GOP cares more about the profitability of our planet than the sustainability of it. The fight for a world with clean energy, clean air and clean drinking water for all continues.
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Nancy Pelosi Dec 12
It’s been two years since the world came together to sign the historic . Now, is committed to abandoning American leadership on climate change. The American people have other thoughts.
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Rep. Don Beyer Jun 1
One year ago Trump made one of his worst moves: the decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement. Safe Climate Caucus Members are the fight against climate change, as are US businesses, cities, and states. Statement with co-Chair :
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Stephen Kretzmann Dec 12
Congratulations ! HUGE demonstration of climate leadership here. It is time for all of the institutions, countries, investors and individuals who are to - once and for all.
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Rep. Jimmy Panetta Dec 12
Today is the second anniversary of the . Despite the President’s bad decision to withdraw, I am . I will continue to support decisions that combat climate change and policies to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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National Farmers Union Jun 1
We are . If left unchecked, climate change will drastically alter modern agriculture. Family farmers can help mitigate climate change, but they must have the resources & education necessary to adapt to the irreversible changes to our climate in the near future.
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Sen. Tammy Baldwin Dec 12
We must face the challenge of global climate change head on, not turn our back on the rest of the world. Withdrawal from the is bad for the environment, bad for our economy and fails our promise to future generations. I’m .
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Sara Chieffo Nov 14
Great crowd outside US Capitol standing up for . The American people are . Climate progress marches forward!
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Rep. Don Beyer Dec 28
Trump may want to take the US out of the Paris Agreement, but most of the US is the fight against climate change.
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Rep. Ted Lieu May 31
Actions supporting the have the opportunity to create 24 MILLION jobs by 2030 according to a new report by . If we want to thrive in the 21st century economy, we must remain . Read the report here ->
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Rep. Betty McCollum Dec 29
It’s 0 degrees in Minnesota, but we still believe in science and understand the impact climate change is having on our state, our country & our world. We’re to and fight anti-science extremism.
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Bernie Gratefully Does It 🔇 Nov 14
Shame on ! is the Embassy Suites to avoid extradition to Twitmo! to suspend parody accounts
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Rep. Alan Lowenthal Dec 12
2 years ago today, the US joined with 194 other nations and the EU in agreeing to adopt the . The stakes are too high for us to walk away from the fight against climate change: is .
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Lauren Underwood Jun 5
Today, we celebrate —and, unlike Randy Hultgren, I'm proud to support national and international measures to preserve the planet we live on, ranging from the Clean Power Plan to the Paris Agreement. 1/3
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Rep. Betty McCollum Jun 1
One year ago today, withdrew the U.S. from the . Since then, over 400 mayors (including 10 in MN) have committed to upholding the standards of the agreement.They are the fight to protect our environment, and so am I.
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Niki Tsongas Dec 12
2 yrs ago the international community, with US at the helm, agreed to the , making a globally shared commitment to addressing the worldwide threat of climate change. President Trump may wrongly deny but the American people are & want action
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Rep. Jared Huffman Oct 9
This is the most urgent UN report yet. The stakes are unthinkably high and yet Trump says nothing and rolls back protections to help the fossil fuel industry. I'm the fight against climate change. Are you?
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Rep. Jacky Rosen Dec 12
Withdrawing from the was a serious mistake. This Administration has decided to ignore the facts and walk away from its obligation to safeguard our planet and its citizens. We must reverse course and lead on combating climate change. .
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