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The Surprising Results in Carbon Emission Rates After US Pulled Out of Paris Climate Accords

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Among all the grievances the left has against Trump, you can certainly add “dooming the planet” to the list.

It’s easy to forget in all their pontificating about the Handmaid’s Tale conditions women will have to endure when Kavanaugh is confirmed and the Auschwitz-style conditions illegal immigrants have to endure when trying to enter our country (illegally), that they’re also fully convinced Trump is single-handedly bringing the wrath of global warming to the country.

Let’s not forget the poorly-titled “March for Science” they’ve been holding annually since his election, because, you know, Trump hates science as much as he hates brown people, right?

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Yes, leftists are completely dramatic, and there’s a good chance they won’t pay much attention to the surprising global carbon emission rates following Trump’s decision to withdraw the US from the essentially useless Paris Climate accords.

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The Daily Wire reports:

According to the June 2018 BP Statistical Review of Global Energy, the United States led the world last year in reducing carbon emissions across the board, even though President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Accords in 2017.

American Enterprise Institute reports that U.S. carbon emissions declined by more than 42 million tons in 2017, far ahead of the next most environmentally-friendly country, Ukraine, where emissions declined by 20 million tons. Mexico, the United Kingdom, and Japan also saw major declines in how much carbon dioxide each nation emits into the atmosphere.

Strangely enough, Canada, Spain, the European Union, and China — all signatories to the infamous Paris Climate Accords negotiated by the United Nations — saw significant increases in carbon dioxide emissions. China released 120 million more tons of carbon dioxide into the air in 2017 than in 2016. The EU made up for America’s decline, releasing 40 million more tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

Well, well, well.

Imagine that.

The sky isn’t falling after all.

 

 

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