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_creationDateDatetimeJune 9, 2017 4:30:07 PM
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Galvanising the globe

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SourcePageThe Guardian
DateDateJune 4, 2017
URLURLhttps://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/jun/04/the-guardian-view-on-trump-and-climate-change-galvanising-the-globe
QuoteTextIt is another indication of US readiness to abandon global leadership, and it is a gift to China, ambitious to be seen as a mature and reliable global player, and already a world leader in renewable energy technology. There will not be immediate consequences for the planet, but the time available for effective action is already perilously short; even the threat of a backward step by the world’s second-largest emitter of greenhouse gases could carry serious consequences.
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Galvanising the globe by The Guardian editorial board (The Guardian, June 4, 2017) (view)

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TopicPageUnited States withdrawal from the Paris Agreement
Position_fragmentStringUnited States was right to withdraw
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United States was right to withdraw

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