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discussion board 2
This is a repost from week 1 discussion what is ethics, in which the current administration was President Obama and the President-elect was Trump, whom the latter’s administration I hope is only one term in regard to the environment. No matter which half of America you side with, you will be able to see how people profiting from the continued use of fossil fuels are framing both domestic and foreign policy. We could include clean energy on the list of infrastructure that needs to be rebuilt in this country and the world in general, while in some cases bypassing fossil fuels infrastructure in emerging nations for clean energy infrastructure, of which developed countries will have to contribute to the cost of, unless you think we can build a wall completely around all of the American states and territories that will keep the global climate out of our areas of influence. In the first article is an interview by Mark Landler and Coral Davenport with President Obama, pay particular attention to his and mine view of what can be done to replace jobs in fossil fuel producing areas of the nation.
After our last divisive presidential election, I am not going to wade into the Immigration, Gun Control, Supreme Court Appointment (Abortion), Affordable Care Act, Black Lives Matter, and Transgender Bathrooms abyss, but I am going to dive head first into the Global Warming, Fossil Fuel, Renewable Energy, Fracking, and Keystone XL Pipeline pool, since the current administration accepts scientific consensus on climate change whereas the President-elect is either a doubter or denier of climate change, I feel there is going to be some ethical issues on how fossil fuels are framed and if the worst case scenario comes to fruition what the lasting effects in term of years for its reversal will be.
By Julie Hirschfeld Davis, Mark Landler, and Coral Davenport | September 8, 2016
Joining Forces With China
Mr. Obama with President Xi Jinping of China in California in June 2013. Despite their differences, the two leaders have worked together on landmark agreements to address climate change. Credit Christopher Gregory/The New York Times
Donald J. Trump Verified account
The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive.
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Trump acknowledges climate change — at his golf course
The billionaire, who called global warming a hoax, warns of its dire effects in his company's application to build a sea wall.
By Ben Schreckinger
05/23/16 05:35 AM EDT
A permit application for a sea wall around one of Donald Trump's golf courses explicitly names global warming as a reason to build the wall. | AP Photo