Officially, over 300 scientists have made a request that President Donald Trump formally withdraws from the Paris agreement, a radical agenda put into effect under the Obama administration regarding climate change. Rechard Lindzen, MIT professor emeritus and leader on climate change in the scientific community, has delivered sharp criticisms about the agreement. He challenges climate change by pointing out the basics of science in saying that carbon dioxide is “plant food, not poison.” While campaigning for President, POTUS Donald Trump, said that he would cancel this liberal climate control policy aka the ‘Paris Agreement’ that was set into motion under the Obama Administration due to benign CO2 warnings.
From Washington Times:
“Since 2009, the US and other governments have undertaken actions with respect to global climate that are not scientifically justified and that already have, and will continue to cause serious social and economic harm — with no environmental benefits,” said Mr. Lindzen, a prominent atmospheric physicist. Signers of the attached petition include the U.S. and international atmospheric scientists, meteorologists, physicists, professors and others taking issue with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change [UNFCCC], which was formed in 1992 to combat “dangerous” climate change. The 2016 Paris climate accord, which sets nonbinding emissions goals for nations, was drawn up under the auspices of the UNFCCC. “Observations since the UNFCCC was written 25 years ago show that warming from increased atmospheric CO2 will be benign — much less than initial model predictions,” says the petition.