Obama, Chinese president ratify climate-change agreement
The Washington Times discusses President Obama's signing of the Paris Climate Treaty with Myron Ebell.
Myron Ebell, director of the Center for Energy and Environment at the conservative Competitive Enterprise Institute, said the Senate should make it clear that the agreement “will have no force or effect until such time as it is ratified by the Senate.”
“Then the Congress should prohibit any funding for the Paris Climate Treaty, the Green Climate Fund, and the underlying UN Framework Convention on Climate Change,” Mr. Ebell said. “Finally, if the Obama administration ignores the Congress, the Senate should take up and vote on ratification of the Paris Climate Treaty.”
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