By Joe Terrenzio
“We’re getting out.”
In January 2016, I wrote an article about the newly minted Paris Agreement, its goal of limiting the global average temperature increase and why the Agreement is important to Washington. Over the last month, the Paris Agreement has been the subject of many headlines, and not because of the most recent Conference of the Parties meeting that took place in Marrakesh, Morocco in November 2016.
The United States signed the Agreement on April 22, 2016, accepted the Agreement on September 3, 2016, and the Agreement came into force for the U.S. and all other parties on November 4, 2016.1 On June 1, Donald...