Posted by Latest Headlines Michelle Malkin on June 15, 2017 1:42 am

**Written by Doug Powers

The United Nations has told President Trump the Paris Agreement can’t be altered or renegotiated in any way just because of one country.

But they are open to alternatives

Patricia Espinosa, head of the United Nations climate change secretariat, told the ministers she intends to open the door for regions, cities and other sub-national players to join the international talks, said Carlo Carraro, a member of the U.N.’s International Panel on Climate Change Bureau. “This is obviously important, because cities like New York and states like California that intend to pursue the same direction — of reducing emissions very ambitiously — will have a voice and will be able to sign agreements inside the international convention on climate change.”

How generous! If progressive politicians in U.S. cities like NYC and states like California are willing to send taxpayer dollars to the U.N., who are they to argue?

Cities and states may be able to officially join the Paris Agreement after all https://t.co/skNk4u775L via @grist pic.twitter.com/rDk3WSy27a

— Climate Central (@ClimateCentral) June 13, 2017

The U.N. will send the first ten U.S. cities or states to enroll in the Paris Agreement a *free Ban Ki-moon bobblehead!

(*After the check clears)

**Written by Doug Powers

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