Gov. Wolf ‘treading softly’ between criticizing Trump’s Paris accord decision and supporting energy jobs
President Trump‘s withdrawal from the Paris climate accord has created an ideological divide among states.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf — up for re-election in 2018 in a state that voted Republican last November — is trying to appeal to both sides by “treading softly”.
While he condemned Trump’s withdrawal, claiming it would give China a greater edge in energy jobs, he has declined to be part of the various other climate agreements that states, cities, and regions have been forming to uphold environmental standards.
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