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Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz says

Climate Quotes May 2016
Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz says he doesn’t think a future president will be able to undo President Obama’s climate work.

Moniz dismissed presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s call to renegotiate or ignore the Paris climate deal

Trump: a minimum I will be renegotiating those agreements.,,,The deal was unfair, economically, to the United States economy."

...the climate deal has built-in reassessments over the next few decades, countries should use those to ramp up the greenhouse gas reduction commitments they enshrined last year in the Paris deal.

Clearly, we have essentially every country in the world having made [contributions] and are moving forward with that, But I remind you that there is, within the agreement, a mechanism for revisiting, in the sense of five-year revisits, with the idea that countries, hopefully, as costs go down for technologies, will be having greater ambition going forward as we meet increasingly stringent targets for the years and decades ahead.

The United States, under the Obama administration, has vowed to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 26 to 28 percent from 2005 levels by 2025.

The innovation agenda is going to make this clean energy future much more attractive, both for climate reasons and for things like energy security,”

I believe that mother nature is speaking to us with a louder and louder voice about the need to address these issues.

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