US Senate politicians do not move, they do not fight climate change. On the contrary, just today Donald Trump announced on Twitter the revocation of California state authority to introduce more restrictive measures than the federal government for car emissions. "In this way – he explained – we will produce cheaper cars for consumers, but at the same time safer, which will lead to an increase in the production of cars that will replace the old, more polluting cars."
is being played ….  "There will be a small difference between California emissions standards and federal standards," he added in another post. "Many cars will be manufactured with the new limits, and this will be work Bring work, work. " The formal law, which restricts the scope for action of environmental policy at the state level, opens up a new conflict with the West Coast, one of the most liberal in America, against which the President of the United States has repeatedly thrown a different view on the environmental emergency: the president has More than once expressed his skepticism that global warming is determined by human causes. Trump aims to mitigate measures to limit vehicle emissions and remove restrictions on energy companies.
The President's Initiative Can Be of National Importance On the same line as California, there are another thirteen states that together make up one-third of the American Make out car market. Legal experts say that if Trump's decision is upheld by the Supreme Court, this would lead to an unprecedented blockage of state-level anti-pollution policies, while if the judges established California, the principle that states could set other limits than they would federal level.
And while Greta, 16, front in front of the US Senate Task Force on the Washington climate, repeated: "It's not enough I'm sorry, do not invite us here just to tell us how inspired we are without doing anything ", the warning also comes from the UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres : The World "lose the challenge" to avoid the disaster.
However, Guterres emphasized that the greenhouse gas reduction targets are not yet out of reach. In an interview a few days before the Climate Summit in the Glass Palace, he said: "I want society to put pressure on governments to understand that they need to move faster because we lose the race."
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