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On Earth Day, Massachusetts trustee Michael Ringel, of Dover, and his sons, Matthew, 11, and Jack, 14, joined thousands of attendees at the Boston March for Science on Boston Common.
Nature.org caught up with the three of them to find out more.
President Trump’s decision to abandon the Paris Agreement on global warming is a short-sighted mistake. There’s no doubt it will impose big costs here at home, from our leadership in the clean energy revolution to our standing on the world stage.
If there’s a silver lining to the U.S. decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, it’s the renewed commitment to climate action we’re seeing across the country. More than 1,200 universities, colleges, investors, businesses, mayors and governors recently sent a letter to the United Nations underscoring their pledge to help the U.S. make good on its promise for climate action.
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