Maine scientists, academics condemn Trump’s decision on climate accord, see consequences for state June 2, 2017

Portland Press Herald

The Maine Chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility, which represents more than 3,000 health care professionals and health advocates statewide, also issued a statement that warned withdrawal from the Paris accord “threatens human health in Maine.”

“President Trump’s plan to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord endangers the health of all Mainers in all communities no matter where we live,” said Karen D’Andrea, the group’s executive director.

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