Reintegrating it alone into the Paris Agreement will not solve these deficits, as CNN is voluntary and not legally binding. After setting emission targets with the international community, the heads of state or government of countries must act domestically to achieve them; The agreement will not be reached if the biggest culprits do not meet their obligations. Over the past four years, the progress of other nations has been different, but many leading emitters are far from meeting their goals, according to the Climate Action Tracker. China, for example, announced in September that it would stop releasing carbon dioxide before 2060, with emissions peaking before 2030. With this promise, China remains below the standard set by the Paris Agreement, which states that nations should no longer emit greenhouse gases by 2050. The European Union, which has promised to reduce emissions by at least 55% by 2030 compared to 1990 levels, is also likely to be lower. Sweden, Portugal and France achieved 77%, 66% and 65% of their 2020 targets respectively. Bulgaria, Ireland and Poland achieved only 26 per cent or less of their targets. Under this agreement, China, for example, will be able to increase these emissions by an astonishing number of years – 13. They can do whatever they want for 13 years. We don`t. India is conditional on its participation in receiving billions and billions of dollars in foreign aid from industrialized countries.
There are many other examples. But at the end of the day, the Paris agreement is very unfair, at the highest level, to the United States. In a June 1, 2017 televised address in the White House Rose Garden, Trump said, “To fulfill my solemn duty to protect the United States and its citizens, the United States will withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement,” adding, “Ultimately, the Paris Agreement at the highest level is very unfair to the United States.”  He said that the agreement, if implemented, would cost $3 trillion in GDP and 6.5 million jobs in the United States.  He added that it would “undermine our economy, cripple our workers” and “effectively decapitate our coal industry.”  He said he was open to renegotiating the agreement or negotiating a new agreement, but European and UN leaders said the pact “cannot be renegotiated at the request of one party.”  Trump also criticized the Green Climate Fund and called it a program to redistribute wealth from rich to poor countries.  Maintaining the agreement could also be serious obstacles for the United States as we begin the process of exploiting America`s abundant energy reserves, which we have very strongly begun.