25 May '17, 11am

Two words the Trump Administration can't say: climate change

John Voelcker May 25, 2017 Follow John Add to circle Donald Trump Enlarge Photo During President Donald J. Trump's half-hour meeting with Pope Francis at the Vatican yesterday, the pope gave the president a copy of his 2015 encyclical calling for urgent, drastic cuts in fossil-fuel emissions. It is unclear whether the U.S. president will peruse the document. Back at home, however, his administration is continuing unabated in its efforts to end all U.S. government efforts to stem carbon emissions that contribute to climate change. DON'T MISS: Trump's EPA deletes 'science' from Science Office mission statement The gift of the pope's encyclical was noted in coverage of the visit by Bloomberg , which noted it suggests that the pope is "adding his voice to those pressing Trump not to renege on the Paris accord, which is the cornerstone of global efforts to limit climate change....

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