The American People can be idiots, but the American government can also be dumb.
The US government has spent more than a decade claiming that carbon dioxide (CO2) is the primary driver of global warming.
It has repeatedly pushed to reduce CO2 emissions from coal-fired power plants and has attempted to create carbon markets for electricity.
But when the Trump administration, after years of inaction, finally began moving to reverse these policies, it set out to make the US the first major industrialized country to cut carbon emissions.
This is a dangerous and foolish decision, because it will cause a catastrophic increase in global warming and make the planet more dangerous to live in.
It will also put more CO2 in the atmosphere and cause more warming.
To make matters worse, if we continue on our current course, the climate is already set to change.
There’s no way to reverse climate change by changing anything.
Climate change is a fact.
It’s the world’s most pressing environmental problem.
It affects people all over the world.
We need to make a clean transition from dirty fossil fuels to clean, renewable energy.
The U.S. government is not making the transition.
It is not going to make it.
The Trump administration is acting as though it’s on a different planet.
It doesn’t understand the science of climate change.
And it won’t listen to the experts who say that climate change is real and happening.
In fact, the Trump Administration is actively working to undo environmental regulations.
For example, the Environmental Protection Agency is moving to roll back the Clean Power Plan, which will reduce the amount of carbon dioxide emissions from power plants by about a third.
Trump has threatened to scrap the Clean Air Act, which protects against dangerous pollution from cars, trucks, and factories.
This could have a catastrophic impact on air quality.
Trump’s administration is also trying to repeal the Clean Water Rule, which requires that every state to take steps to protect and restore wetlands.
These measures would significantly impact wetlands, streams, and rivers that provide habitat for birds, fish, and mammals.
They also could significantly reduce the ability of states to monitor pollution from fossil fuels and coal-burning power plants.
The United States has a lot to gain from making the U.K. a leader in climate action.
It could lead the world by leading on climate and reducing CO2 pollution.
But the Trump-led administration is not doing its part.
In the past year, the U,S.
and other countries have been pursuing an international accord that would reduce global warming to 2 degrees Celsius.
The UN Framework Convention on Climate Change is an international agreement that seeks to reduce the rise in global temperatures to well below 1.5 degrees Celsius, a goal that has been repeatedly endorsed by nearly all countries.
The President-elect has proposed slashing the U.,S.
budget for this year by almost half.
The goal of the Paris Accord, which the United States joined in 2020, is to cut CO2 from power sector emissions by nearly 40 percent by 2050.
The Paris Agreement is an important step in the right direction, but it is not enough.
We can’t do this on our own.
We will need strong partnerships and international cooperation.
In a recent report, the International Energy Agency (IEA) warned that we have not made a real progress in the reduction of emissions since 1990.
The IEA has said that the world has moved on from a world in which CO2 levels were close to zero, and that the planet will experience more warming than we have seen in at least 400 years.
We must accelerate the transition from fossil fuel-based energy to renewables, because that will allow us to meet the Paris Agreement goal of reducing global warming by 2 degrees C by 2050 and reduce emissions by 25 percent by 2030.
We have to make our planet habitable again.
The American people should reject the Trump agenda and focus on building the resilience of our nation and our planet, and building the strength of the American economy.
The only way to do that is to embrace clean energy and move away from fossil-fuel-based power plants, and to build a clean economy that will support jobs and opportunities.
The most important message that Americans can send is to reject the policies of the Trump and Trump-backed Republican-led Congress and to continue fighting for the principles of the international accord.
And, as the Paris agreement continues to be ratified, the United Kingdom is a strong leader in developing and leading the transition to renewable energy and clean energy.
For more information on this topic, visit: The International Energy Association