Cost of leaving the Paris Agreement.

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Cost of leaving the Paris Agreement.
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Old 06-02-2017, 02:50 PM
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Fact check: Trump’s reasons for leaving Paris Agreement - Business Insider

Would like to see more practical links here to what this will do to the average American's bank account.

The Economic Cost Of Leaving The Paris Climate Agreement | Here & Now

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Fact check: Trump’s reasons for leaving Paris Agreement - Business Insider

Would like to see more practical links here to what this will do to the average American's bank account.

The Economic Cost Of Leaving The Paris Climate Agreement | Here & Now
What's the cost of Tal reading and giving us his legal opinion of the agreement.


We will never know, as he only likes to comment on things which he does not know.....like woman, working etc etc
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The Paris Accord is favored by progressives because it amounts to a global version of their favorite economic gimmick "income redistribution".

The Agreement is also the "climate change" version of a Potemkin village.

Just follow the money and it will lead you to guys like Thomas Steyer who are doing the most complaining

apparently Obama hadn't learned his lesson when Solyndra filed Chapter 11.

the Paris Accord's central claim to be Earth saving fails on its own terms.

I am sick of these baseless claims none of this is real news. Just as the feigned claims of Russia -Trump. what has happened is we re no longer hearing the real news. its being hidden from us because of the MSM obsession with all things Trump-the-person

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The Paris Accord is favored by progressives because it amounts to a global version of their favorite economic gimmick "income redistribution".

The Agreement is also the "climate change" version of a Potemkin village.

Just follow the money and it will lead you to guys like Thomas Steyer who are doing the most complaining

apparently Obama hadn't learned his lesson when Solyndra filed Chapter 11.

the Paris Accord's central claim to be Earth saving fails on its own terms.

I am sick of these baseless claims none of this is real news. Just as the feigned claims of Russia -Trump. what has happened is we re no longer hearing the real news. its being hidden from us because of the MSM obsession with all things Trump-the-person

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That is a biggie and a new one.....speaking of the news...

"its being hidden from us because of the MSM obsession with all things Trump-the-person"


The news is being hidden...now that sounds like a plot from some sort of weird movie.....another conspiracy theory so stupid it really tries the soul.....imagine, HIDING NEWS.
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I would love to ask a serious question but post 3 sort of startled me a bit.

I know nothing about the Paris agreement, except in the general sense, although it seems we have a lot of experts on this forum who know it inside and out, but with us(USA) standing alone on this, do we risk being charged tariffs on items we bUy, whether finished goods or raw material, from countries in the accord ?

Of course that will mean higher prices here.

Just in case someone knows something about it.....
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Maybe each country should just act on the theory of the Paris Accord on a local 'country' level first instead of having global international oversight that really has no true power?
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Maybe each country should just act on the theory of the Paris Accord on a local 'country' level first instead of having global international oversight that really has no true power?
Excellent idea!
 

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