Watch: Morano on Canadian TV on Trump’s 1-year anniversary of the UN Paris Clexit: Trump reduces C02 emissions without the Paris Accord
The Ezra Levant Show – The Rebel TV – June 4, 2018
Video here: https://www.therebel.media/marco_morano_trump_reduces_c02_emissions_without_the_paris_accord
Marc Morano, president of Climate Depot, joined me to discuss Trump’s decision last year to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord.
Trump stood up to the UN and rejected penalizing the American economy while major polluters like China continue growing. And despite pulling out of the accord, American C02 emissions are dropping.
WATCH my interview with Marc to see how Trump’s decision has become the “withdrawal heard round the world”.
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‘In the case of the Paris process, he has succeeded almost without trying. The answer to the question, “Which major country in the world has most successfully reduced its CO2 emissions?” is, “The United States of America”. US emissions hit a 25-year low last year. This success has nothing to do with the UN caravan, which has rolled on for 30 years, or, indeed, with Mr Trump. It has everything to do with the shale revolution – the triumph of much cleaner fossil fuels. Energy prices are falling.’
‘Perhaps if Copenhagen had taken place before the global credit crunch of 2008, the world would have swallowed anything. The great paradox of greenery is that it is a boom phenomenon: only when a society is awash with dosh does it start believing it wouldn’t mind getting poorer. By December 2009, however, the dosh had evaporated.’
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