President Trump’s disbelief in climate change and global warming imminent over Paris decision. He believes that the climate change isn’t real.
Trump said, “I’m not a believer in man-made global warming,” to Hugh Hewitt in 2015.
“But the problem we have, and if you look at our energy costs and all of the things that we’re doing to solve a problem that I don’t think in any major fashion exists.”, he added.
Many comments regarding his upcoming decisions have come to light as it is one of the serious concern. Some of the comments are supportive comments with Trump. Those are few actually. Masses of them are against Trump’s decision. Also, some have presented with the humorous and sensible remarks.
Opinions about Trump’s decision regarding Global Warming
Problem is, Mr. President, it’s not about what you yourself believe in or doesn’t believe in. It’s about what the majority of our nation believes in or doesn’t. You represent the American people (less we forget) which mean if the majority believe that climate change is an agenda we need to remain apart of, then look beyond your personal beliefs and do what your people feel needs to be done. – Arianna Weiler
Trump is right…nobody really knows. The problem with finding out if it’s real is the fact that special interest groups (left wingers) have compromised the scientists who have been measuring the temp readings. I’ve read things like readings coming from water so close to where the ships discharge pipes are…just to get a higher number. Not sure if that’s true or not…but it does leave doubt. – James R. Doak
so all the decades of us spewing poison into our own environment means absolutely nothing??? melted ice caps, freak weather patterns, rising sea levels, and mass ocean life death means nothing? – James Wilson
I am sick and tired of government being ineffective because of the “belief” of the politician….. THE PEOPLE UNDERSTAND AND SUPPORT EFFORTS TO COMBAT CLIMATE CHANGE…. GO with the people’s wants, not your personal ignorant beliefs….. – Chris Rohrer
He is 70+, he is going to die soon so he doesn’t care what happens to the Earth… He forgot his son only 11 yrs old and the boy will be suffering from the consequences of his old dad’s ignorance. – Mrslan Pabano
It doesn’t matter what you believe. There are people with degrees that spend their entire lives studying science and if they say that global warming is real and man is the largest contributor then I believe them. – Julian Murray
Do people really think human activities like deforestation, land use changes, burning fossil fuels, increases in long-lived green house gasses, methane, nitrous oxide, and halocarbons just magically disappear? That we can violate our planet and there will be no repercussions? – Noé Dario Bustamante
Ok. Let me break it down for you, Mr. Trump. Naturally, climate change factors happen. The atmosphere, over millions of years, has ebbed and flowed to regulate this natural process and has dealt with it. Once man-made climate change factors are added to the already naturally occurring factors mix, nature gets overwhelmed and that becomes a problem. The only question is what to do about it. If the president would just acknowledge that he is doing a cost-benefit analysis, rather than it doesn’t exist, then we can have an adult conversation about this. – David Good
He doesn’t get it if he did he would listen to all the scientists who are telling him that. Knowledge is power and ignorance is bliss. – Cheri Hall-Read
Donald Trump in his previous interviews has said that he will stop funding for global warming and withdraw from such useless agreements. However, President Trump will decide this week that whether the US will withdraw from the Paris agreement or not. If he decides his own decision, Obama’s plans for climate change will be at stake.
I say the majority of citizens of the world disagrees with the decision by President Donald Trump. So let’s hope President Trump takes pragmatic decision for both humans and the environment.