Head of the United Nations Climate Change Secretariat Patricia Espinosa (L) talks to Fiji chief negotiator Luke Daunivalu in Bonn, Germany May 10, 2018. REUTERS/Alister Doyle
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The U.S. decision to pull out of the Paris climate accord last year is "dangerous nonsense," France's former prime minister said Friday, warning that the world's climate is worsening faster than imagined.Laurent Fabius, who was instrumental in negotiations to establish the 2015 Paris accord, told a climate conference that the withdrawal of the world's second-largest polluter sets a "very bad example" to other countries wondering whether to stick to their commitments to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
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