One year after President Trump walked away from the Paris climate accord, cities rise to the challenge
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Today marks one year since President Donald Trump made good on his threat to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate accord agreed to under the Obama administration. In response, 17 states and 2,700 mayors and business leaders have pledged to do their part to honor the deal that calls on the nation to cut greenhouse gas emissions 26 percent by 2025. Can the United States hit the Paris target — with or without help from the federal government?
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