Donald Trump has announced the United States will pull out of the Paris Agreement on combating climate change -- that much you probably already know.
But now the US Weather Channel website has taken the criticism of Trump's decision to a whole new level, using the layout of their website to really send its message to the President.
The publication, which is owned by multinational tech-giant IBM, voiced its opposition to the move by focusing on its published articles that work to fact check Trump's claims on the Paris Accord, show the global reaction to the decision and provide proof for why it matters through cases of environmental devastation.
And people have been loving it.
When the weather channel calls out your bullshit . . . But as we prepare to fry at least now we know how his hair turned orange. https://t.co/LIPNQVMISa— peter avanti (@peteravanti) June 2, 2017
With Trump's withdrawal decision, the U.S. joins Syria and Nicaragua as the only countries outside the agreement to combat climate change. Other countries, led by the European Union, China and India, pledged to forge ahead in the effort without the U.S. But the loss of the world's second-largest emitter of greenhouse gases will have a traumatic effect on the fight against global warming.
Leaving the Paris Accord is arguably the most isolationist move yet by the new Trump administration, a step that threatens to weaken the nation's bargaining power in other accords.
And with that in mind, The Weather Channel is not messing around.
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