Climate change: Paris Agreement makes too little difference
Recent weather disasters — flooding across Asia and hurricanes hitting the US and Caribbean — have only increased the volume from commentators and politicians who tell us: “This is what climate change looks like.”
The destruction, they say, provides added reason to double down on the Paris Agreement, the climate pact adopted in December 2015. Those who don’t think this way are haters and wreckers, no different from Donald Trump, who cancelled US involvement in the treaty.
The US approach to climate change is obviously deeply problematic. The President has failed to even acknowledge that climate change is real, and his administration lacks any forward-looking climate policy.