This article by Denise Lu and Kim Soffen tells about how the US is leaving the Paris Climate Agreement to join Syria as the only remaining country not involved in the Paris Climate Agreement. Lu and Soffen talk about how the agreement doesn't hold any legal punishment for a country if they don't achieve their goal. Coupled with the pros of the agreement, the article talks about how the US probably won't lead to any other countries leaving the agreement. This article clearly explains why we left this agreement and what happens next for our country and for the world.
The US has decided to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement. As Brain Resnick writes, there may be some serious impacts on the US and even the world due to Trump's actions. Resnick argues that Trump has made an "unpopular decision", sourcing a study done by Yale. Additionally, in the article, Resnick sources points made by Dave Roberts and Brad Plumer about Trump's reasoning for his withdrawal from the agreement. Resnick gives supporting reasoning as to why the US should not withdraw from the agreement and clearly explains what the Paris Climate Agreement is and what it does.
As writer Rick Noack shares, the US and Syria are now the only two countries that have remained outside of the Paris Climate Agreement, now that Nicaragua has joined. Noack writes about why Nicaragua hasn't joined until now and uses opinions from officials in Managua on the agreement. Coupled with Nicaragua's reasoning for joining the agreement, Noack presents a convincing article showing why the Paris Climate Agreement presents different perspectives to be taken by all countries.
In this article, Adam John writes about the Paris Climate Agreement and his reasoning as to why the US should withdraw from it. John wrote about how Obama originally joined the agreement and his reasoning for entering. Additionally, John shares how Trump has said the agreement is a "bad deal", and why and how it hurts the US.
Liam Stack writes about how Obama joined the Paris Climate Agreement in 2015. Stack also writes about how Nicaragua decided to enter into the agreement and they decided to join the agreement. Stack quotes Nicaragua's chief climate negotiator from an interview he did speaking out about his opinions on the agreement.
The Guardian writes about Nicaragua leaving the small group of countries not included in the Paris Climate Agreement to join. The Guardian reports what Vice-President Rosario Murillo commented on the countries decision. Lastly, The Guardian speaks about how climate change is affecting our weather patterns and climate.