The next USA administration should continue to support the historic Paris Agreement on climate change to avoid a repeat of the fate of the Kyoto Protocol, Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin said in Morocco Wednesday.
During the presidential campaign, Trump said he would pull the United States out of the landmark Paris Agreement, signed by representatives from 195 countries who pledged to reduce carbon emissions to avoid a global warming catastrophe.
When he's not tossing himself billion dollar contracts, maybe his debt to China will actually turn out to at least slow Trump's attack on the environment.
He argues that global warming is naturally occurring.
In 2012, Trump tweeted that the concept was fictionalized by the Chinese.
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According to China's Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin, the country couldn't possibly have invented climate change, because American presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush were talking about climate change negotiations long before China knew about them.
The group also said the USA government should follow the recommendations put forth by the Climate and Security Advisory Group, a "voluntary, non-partisan group of 43 US -based military, national security, homeland security, intelligence and foreign policy experts from a broad range of institutions", according to its website.
A Trump administration would "cancel the Paris Climate Agreement and stop all payments of US tax dollars to United Nations global warming programs", he said in the May 26 speech.
"We shall have to wait and see what position they will take, but we. expect that they will take a right and smart decision to live up to the world's expectations", he said.
In a speech in Marrakesh on Wednesday, Secretary of State John Kerry told delegates he couldn't offer any promises that a Trump administration would stick to the climate plans laid out under Obama, but he urged him to do so.
"While I can't stand here and speculate about what policies our president-elect will pursue, I will tell you this: In the time that I have spent in public life, one of the things I've learned is that some issues look a little bit different when you're actually in office compared to when you're on the campaign trail", Kerry said, according to Reuters.