Isaac Orr: Paris Climate Agreement Will Cost Jobs; No Evidence of Any Impact on Climate

Environmentalist activists form a human chain representing the peace sign and the spelling out "100% renewable", on the side line of the COP21, United Nations Climate Change Conference near the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015. Negotiators adopted a draft climate agreement Saturday that was cluttered with brackets …
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Isaac Orr, energy and environment research fellow at the Heartland Institute, talked to Breitbart News Daily on Friday about the Paris Climate Agreement, climate science, and the People’s Climate March set for Washington, DC, on Saturday, April 29. The march is reportedly “aimed at specific Trump administration policies.”

When asked to list some key concerns about the Paris Climate Agreement, from which President Donald Trump is expected to withdraw the U.S., Orr said, “The United States is supposed to contribute a lot of money in order to fund this Paris Climate Agreement; that should probably be number three. Number one is that it’s not going to make any difference to the climate whether we meet our objectives or not.”

“So,” he continued, “the Paris agreement is flawed because they think they can keep global temperatures from rising between 1.5 and 2 degrees celsius. … The science doesn’t make sense there.”

“It’s just a bad deal,” he concluded.

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