Climate experts claim that U.S.President Donald Trump's first 100 days were a disaster for the environment and climate change.His 100th day is expected to host the Climate March.
The Climate March is a protest against President Donald Trump's policies as environmentalists aim to make their opposition to the Trump Administration's policies regarding the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and a wealth of important platforms like climate change and clean energy.
Just a week after the March for Science, the Climate March now serves as a protest.The former was largely about bolstering public belief in fact-based knowledge whereas the latter was more of a protest against the outright dismissal of global warming on the parts of Conservatives.
Some liberals take solace in the fact that, as of yet, President Trump has not withdrawn the U.S.from the Paris Agreement, which is very much a large concern for environmentalists all over the world in light of the requisite commitments that so many countries made to protect the environment.
National Geographic established a projected timeline of the effects of not heeding climate change research today.Trump's appointed head of the EPA, Scott Pruitt, denies much of climate science and claims carbon dioxide is not negatively affective upon the atmosphere.