The US has not started the process of withdrawing from the Paris Agreement Expressed as "regret and disappointment at the move".
The global climate change accord, culminating the day after the 2020 US election.
The US government says the deal puts an "unfair economic burden" on Americans.
France and Japan have internationalized condemnation of the US move.
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The decision to withdraw – 2C above pre-industrial levels and attempting to limit them even more. taken by President Donald Trump after he came to office in 2017.
However, "the United States of America's sole non-signatory and prompted high-level efforts"
UN climate envoy and US entrepreneur Michael Bloomberg said in a statement posted on the movement's website that h What is this happening now?
The Trump administration's withdrawal, which is described as "abdication of leadership."
possible to do so.
Mr Trump had withdrawn from the agreement on 1 November 2019.
The withdrawal is still subject to the outcome
The scientists of the Trump administration want have on climate protections in the meantime.
A report issued in December 2018 by the Institute of International and European Affairs, President Trump's decision to leave had "very real damage" to the Paris Agreement, creating "moral and political cover for others to follow suit." 
The decision by the US – one of the world's largest emitters of greenhouse gas – drew
An official for France's presidential office said "we regret this and make only the Franco-Chinese partnership on the climate and biodiversity more necessary."
French President Emmanuel Macron Xi Jinping are due to meet in Beijing on Wednesday, where they are expected to declare the "irreversibility of the Paris accord", the officia l added.