Trump administration sends mixed messages on reports that the US may stay in the Paris climate deal
7 monthes ago - By Business Insider
The Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday that the US may stay in the Paris climate agreement.
The Trump administration maintained it had always said it could stay in if the US could renegotiate parts of the pact.
Other nations balked at the US request to renegotiate an agreement that 195 countries signed.
President Donald Trump's administration sent mixed signals regarding a new report that the US may stay in the Paris climate accord.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday that at a meeting in Montreal, US officials broached the idea of a compromise that could keep the country in...
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