Last quote by John Sterman
Those countries with high ambitions for Paris may impose border adjustment tariffs on the US, which would dramatically increase the prospect of a global trade war. That is something that would be very unhelpful. If we withdraw from Paris or the UNFCCC, we make it much harder to limit the potentially catastrophic impacts of climate change. That would create a huge flow of refugees from the Middle East and elsewhere who will look to go to the US and Europe. There won't be a wall big enough to keep out people fleeing floods and crop failures.
Mar 02 2017
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Quotes by John Sterman
Sep 26 2016
To avoid the worst consequences of climate change, the U.S. and an all nations must cut emissions sooner and by more than called for under the Paris agreement. There's simply no time to lose.
Apr 21 2016
In Paris they reached what was possible diplomatically and maybe went a little bit beyond it. I think we should celebrate it. But the physics of the climate are relentless.
Apr 21 2016
Even if the Paris pledges are implemented in full, they are not enough to get us even close to a 2-degree pathway. I don't think people understand how urgent it is.
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