The United States President Donald Trump is responsible for pulling the US from the Paris climate agreement, has pushed back environmental guidelines, has looked past calamitous forecasts on the impacts of change in climate, and has converted the powerful term of “global warming” into just a punch line, not a prognosis. President Trump and his appointees are now, following two years of unscrambling the policies of their predecessors, initiating a new attack. In the upcoming months, the White House will succeed in the abolishment of one of the most vital federal efforts, originated during Obama’s Presidency, which was made to limit the emission of greenhouse gases. The White House will now work to impose President Trump’s strict regulations on other countries, established on his Paris accord withdrawal and his latest dismissal of the statement to save the quickly melting Arctic area unless all references to climate change were removed from it. In addition, Mr. Trump’s administration will strive to challenge the science on which the climate change policy is based. President Trump joined an office with the view that agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency were upholders of what he refers to as the “deep state.” His disdain for their previous work on the matter is the most contributing factor for him trying to compel them to disregard the key features of the procedure they use in order to comprehend the reasons behind and the consequences of our warming planet. Consequently, major parts of the federal government will fail to publicize the upcoming impacts of our swiftly warming planet and to portray the image of what our planet may appear like close to the end of this century, provided that the worldwide economy continues to release CO2 pollution due to the burning of fossil fuels.
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