Leaving Paris – Congressional Responses


AK

Senate


Murkowski, Lisa (R-AK)
2017
MIXED PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: agnostic. . . My hope is that with the president’s decision to go this route it does not mean that we fall back as a nation on our efforts to address and mitigate on the impact that we see from a warming climate [link]


Sullivan, Dan (R-AK)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: significantly disadvantaged the U.S. economy and American families and workers relative to other nations, especially China [link]

House


Young, Don (R-AK-AL)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


AL

Senate


Shelby, Richard (R-AL)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: (signed ltr asking US to pull out. Website currently has 404 error.) [link]


Strange, Luther (R-AL)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement puts the United States one step closer to relief from the burden of anti-growth, job-killing regulations in the Clean Power Plan. [link]

House


Byrne, Bradley (R-AL-1)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: The United States should have never entered into the agreement in the first place, and I applaud President Trump for getting us out of the rotten deal. [link]

2015: “nothing more than a publicity stunt…very expensive dog and pony show” [link]


Roby, Martha (R-AL-2)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Rogers, Michael D. (R-AL-3)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Thank you President Trump for putting American jobs first over foreign red tape and regulations. [link]


Aderholt, Robert B. (R-AL-4)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Brooks, Mo (R-AL-5)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: the Paris Climate Accord intentionally hurt America to the benefit of competitor nations [link]


Palmer, Gary (R-AL-6)
2017
SILENT
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2015: “calls on Obama to follow Constitution” re COP21 [link]


Sewell, Terri (D-AL-7)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I rise in opposition to President Trump’s misguided decision to withdraw America from the Paris Climate Agreement [link]


AR

Senate


Boozman, John (R-AR)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: commend President Trump for taking the appropriate steps to make a clean exit from it so we can continue to pursue an ‚Äúall-of-the-above‚ÄĚ approach to meeting our energy needs free of the significant litigation risk created by the agreement. [link]


Cotton, Tom (R-AR)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I’m more worried about what people pay for electricity in Paris, Arkansas, than I am the Paris climate accord, which would make them pay a lot more. [link]

House


Crawford, Rick (R-AR-1)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Hill, French (R-AR-2)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Womack, Steve (R-AR-3)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I’m not sold on the philosophy that man is the sole contributor of climate change- but we have to be careful that the United States doesn’t take a disproportionate amount of responsibility and monetary commitment for this issue [link]


Westerman, Bruce (R-AR-4)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I applaud the Administration’s decision to lead like America has historically led…by example. [link]


AZ

Senate


Flake, Jeff (R-AZ)
2017
MIXED ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: no official statement… radio interview tries to walk a fine line [link]


McCain, John (R-AZ)
2017
MIXED PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: silent after pullout. Made one speech 2 days beforehand urging US to stay in. [link]

House


O’Halleran, Tom (D-AZ-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: For the future of Arizona, the U.S., and our world, we must show leadership on climate change now. [link]


McSally, Martha (R-AZ-2)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Grijalva, Raul M. (D-AZ-3)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: huge national security risk [link]

2015: I sincerely hope and believe that it’s the beginning of a new phase in human history. [link]


Gosar, Paul (R-AZ-4)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: “Western Caucus Members Praise Paris Climate Agreement Withdrawal by @POTUS @realDonaldTrump” https://westerncaucus.house.gov/media-center/press-releases/western-caucus-members-praise-paris-climate-agreement-withdrawal-by ‚Ķ [link]

2015: “Obama is only pretending to save the planet” [link]


Biggs, Andy (R-AZ-5)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: I applaud President Trump for his forward thinking, commitment to his promises, and protection of American sovereignty [link]


Schweikert, David (R-AZ-6)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Gallego, Ruben (D-AZ-7)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Pulling out of #ParisAgreement is bad 4 the environment, economy &future generations. US should be leading the way to a clean energy economy [link]

2015: “Thanks to this agreement, our children…will inherit a cleaner planet” [link]


Franks, Trent (R-AZ-8)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I fully support President Trump’s decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Agreement. [link]


Sinema, Kyrsten (D-AZ-9)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


CA

Senate


Feinstein, Dianne (D-CA)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: His decision to abandon our commitment and isolate our country will have consequences that reverberate for generations. [link]

2015: Over the weekend, 196 countries reached a historic agreement to confront climate change. #ParisAgreement [link]


Harris, Kamala (D-CA)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: Pulling out of the Paris Agreement is an irrational decision that is a disastrous step backward [link]

House


LaMalfa, Doug (R-CA-1)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Huffman, Jared (D-CA-2)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Congressman Jared Huffman (D-San Rafael) today introduced the Standing Against Dirty Diplomacy (SADD) Act, legislation to reduce the United States’ global carbon pollution footprint and ensure that U.S. taxpayer funds are not used to promote a dirty energy agenda abroad. [link]

2015: “Disappointed we’re not at #COP21 but we still strongly support US (+CA!) leadership on climate & clean energy” [link]


Garamendi, John (D-CA-3)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: “’Sad, very sad.’ [link]

2015: floor speech 12/2/2015 re Paris negotiations – planet’s ability to sustain life as we know it [link]


McClintock, Tom (R-CA-4)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The Paris Climate Accord would condemn our nation to Obama-era economic stagnation, sky-rocketing energy prices, lower wages and lost jobs. [link]


Thompson, Mike (D-CA-5)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: Pulling out of the Paris Climate Agreement is incredibly shortsighted. [link]


Matsui, Doris Okada (D-CA-6)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: We condemn President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement. [link]

2015: The world community has sent a message that the climate crisis is real and should be taken seriously…” [link]


Bera, Ami (D-CA-7)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Disgraceful decision to withdraw from #parisclimateagreement takes us backwards as a nation and diminishes our leadership role in the world [link]


Cook, Paul (R-CA-8)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


McNerney, Jerry (D-CA-9)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: “I’m greatly disappointed [link]

2015: “After COP21 we must lead and #actonclimate. Read abt my new #consumerrebateact to reduce emissions & boost economy.” http://1.usa.gov/1ZezdO0 [link]


Denham, Jeffrey John (R-CA-10)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


DeSaulnier, Mark (D-CA-11)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: brazen attack by President Trump on our planet, public health, and scientific fact [link]

2015: Retweet of Rep. Doris Matsui [link]


Pelosi, Nancy (D-CA-12)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Pulling out of the Paris Accord defies the overwhelming support for action from credible scientists, the governments of 194 different countries and many religious groups. [link]

2015: “The success of the Paris Climate Summit is truly a monumental moment in the history of the world” [link]


Lee, Barbara (D-CA-13)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: yet another reckless abdication of American leadership on the global stage by this Administration [link]

2015: “The world consensus is clear: we must act to protect our planet before it’s too late.” [link]


Speier, Jackie (D-CA-14)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: I am deeply disturbed and concerned that President Trump reportedly plans to back out of the Paris Climate agreement. [link]

2015: “The Paris Climate talks are showcasing the California Dream” (contains link to op-ed) [link]


Swalwell, Eric (D-CA-15)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Withdrawing from the #ParisAgreement is bad all around. We show the world we can’t keep our word & at home we’re doomed to dirty air & water [link]


Clyburn, James E. (D-CA-16)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: silent but signed anti-pullout resolution


Khanna, Ro (D-CA-17)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: Trump’s decision to pull the U.S. out the #Paris Climate Accord is a huge threat to our planet. [link]


Eshoo, Anna G. (D-CA-18)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: The President’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement is deeply irresponsible and dangerous. [link]

2015: “I‚Äôm proud of my country, President Obama and the work of his administration to think big and act boldly on shaping policies that are within longstanding law to address climate change.” contains link to Medium article [link]


Lofgren, Zoe (D-CA-19)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Leaving the Paris Agreement is a senseless, self-inflicted blow to American leadership in the world. [link]


Panetta, Jimmy (D-CA-20)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: his decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement is a threat to our environmental, economic, and national security. [link]


Valadao, David G. (R-CA-21)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Nunes, Devin (R-CA-22)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


McCarthy, Kevin (R-CA-23)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: made the right call [link]


Carbajal, Salud (D-CA-24)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: Withdrawal from #ParisAgreement is a bad deal for the health of our children. Today, the President has threatened the future of our planet. [link]


Knight, Steve (R-CA-25)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Brownley, Julia (D-CA-26)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: disappointing retreat from American leadership [link]

2015: The leadership of President Obama and Secretary Kerry has been key… [link]


Chu, Judy (D-CA-27)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Walking away from the Paris Climate Agreement signals that our nation is relinquishing our leadership role is safeguarding our planet. [link]

2015: This agreement is finally putting the entire world in action to ensure a livable environment for future generations [link]


Schiff, Adam B. (D-CA-28)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: .@POTUS withdrawal from Paris Accord will forever damage our planet and our standing in the world. There is no Planet B, Mr. President. [link]

2015: This will not only power our economy, but bring the world together on a cause that is essential to the planet [link]


Cardenas, Tony (D-CA-29)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Withdrawing frm the #ParisClimateDeal does NOT protect our citizens.It endangers our children & our grandchildren & every generation to come [link]


Sherman, Brad (D-CA-30)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Trump made it official — Big mistake pulling US out of #ParisAgreement. [link]


Aguilar, Pete (D-CA-31)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Leaving the #ParisAccord will have devastating effects on our economy, planet & future. @POTUS’s decision will unravel years of progress. [link]


Napolitano, Grace F. (D-CA-32)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: ‚ÄúI am extremely disheartened and embarrassed by President Trump’s announcement today [link]


Lieu, Ted (D-CA-33)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: deeply disappointed [link]

2015: Historic [link]


Torres, Norma (D-CA-35)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I am extremely disappointed by the announcement that President Trump will withdraw from the Paris climate accord. [link]


Ruiz, Raul (D-CA-36)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Leaving the climate accord is bad for our environment, health, and future. [link]


Bass, Karen (D-CA-37)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Climate change denial and policy implementation with no regard for scientific findings make the U.S. look backwards and ridiculous on the world stage. [link]


Sanchez, Linda T. (D-CA-38)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: ICYMI РTrump’s Defense Sec Cites Climate Change as National Security Challenge @ProPublica #ClimateChangeIsReal [link]


Royce, Edward R. (R-CA-39)
2017
MIXED PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Though flawed, the climate accord can be fixed. [link]


Roybal-Allard, Lucille (D-CA-40)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Leaving the #ParisAgreement is wrong, wrong, wrong. This decision shames our country and endangers our planet. [link]

2015: The ‪#‎ParisAgreement‬ to ‪#‎ActOnClimate‬ is a critical step in our fight to leave future generations a livable planet. [link]


Takano, Mark (D-CA-41)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: It is ironic that under the doctrine of ‚ÄėAmerica First‚Äô the president has made a decision that will harm so many Americans for generations to come [link]

2015: The historic #COP21 agreement signals the world is united and ready to act. [link]


Calvert, Ken (R-CA-42)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Waters, Maxine (D-CA-43)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I am deeply troubled by reports suggesting that Donald Trump intends to pull the United States out of the Paris agreement on climate change. [link]


Barragan, Nanette (D-CA-44)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: This is completely selfish of Mr. Trump [link]


Walters, Mimi (R-CA-45)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Correa, Lou (D-CA-46)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A


Lowenthal, Alan S. (D-CA-47)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: President Trump, in a short-sighted and infantile move, has now set the U.S. against the world. [link]

2015: the Paris Climate Summit is not only historic, it is a game-changer. [link]


Rohrabacher, Dana (R-CA-48)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Life will be better for ordinary people. [link]


Issa, Darrell E. (R-CA-49)
2017
MIXED PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: This isn’t the path I would have chosen, I would have preferred the President work within the agreement to ensure other nations are doing their fair share. [link]


Hunter, Duncan D. (R-CA-50)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Vargas, Juan (D-CA-51)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: silent but signed anti-pullout resolution


Peters, Scott (D-CA-52)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: It is morally wrong and monumentally stupid. [link]

2015: we do not have to choose between a clean environment and a prosperous economy. [link]


Davis, Susan A. (D-CA-53)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Backward and alone? Isn’t leading toward a better energy future what America needs today? I think so. #ParisAgreement [link]

2015: It’s inspiring to see the world come together to take on a serious threat to the planet [link]


CO

Senate


Bennet, Michael (D-CO)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The President made a catastrophic mistake by putting a misguided campaign promise before the needs of our economy and the credibility of American diplomacy [link]


Gardner, Cory (R-CO)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: It shows the shortcoming of the executive action when a president [Obama] bgoes around Congress [link]

House


DeGette, Diana (D-CO-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: ceding leadership [link]

2015: Nations at the ‪#‎ParisClimateConference‬ have made a big diplomatic step toward a longterm solution for ‪#‎climatechange‬. (NY Times link [link]


Polis, Jared (D-CO-2)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: flies in the face of both economics and science. [link]

2015: The entire world is in Paris right now discussing climate change & here we are w the only political party in the world denying its existence (note: written before the COP was resolved on Dec 11th) [link]


Tipton, Scott R. (R-CO-3)
2017
SILENT
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2015: Once again, the president is attempting to give away the barn by forcing Americans to shoulder the cost for a climate deal that does nothing tangible to limit the world’s biggest polluters like China, India and Mexico [link]


Buck, Ken (R-CO-4)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The President’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Accord is a win for Colorado. [link]


Lamborn, Doug (R-CO-5)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I applaud this decision which keeps the United States from being beholden to an international organization. [link]


Coffman, Michael (R-CO-6)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: Obama should have submitted to Senate for ratification as a treaty [link]


Perlmutter, Ed (D-CO-7)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: The President’s decision to leave the #ParisAgreement puts our environment, economy and national security at risk. [link]

2015: #ParisAgreement is a major step forward in addressing climate change [link]


CT

Senate


Blumenthal, Richard (D-CT)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The looming disaster of climate change is now on the shoulders of those in the Trump Administration who have undermined our credibility around the world [link]


Murphy, Chris (D-CT)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Leaving the Paris Accord is a moral abomination. [link]

2015: truly historic moment [link]

House


Larson, John B. (D-CT-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Paris climate accords are broadly supported from ExxonMobil to the Sierra Club. @POTUS withdrawal is a sad retreat of US leadership [link]


Courtney, Joseph (D-CT-2)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: puts country on wrong side of history [link]


DeLauro, Rosa L. (D-CT-3)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Trump’s disastrous decision to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Agreement will roll back years of progress [link]


Himes, Jim (D-CT-4)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: Pulling out of the Paris Climate Agreement is a terrible decision [link]


Esty, Elizabeth (D-CT-5)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The President’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord is a mistake for American jobs, American innovation, American leadership in the world [link]


DE

Senate


Carper, Thomas (D-DE)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Trump’s decision today is baffling and profoundly disappointing. [link]

2015: historic Paris agreement [link]


Coons, Christopher (D-DE)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: .@POTUS’ decision to pull US from #Paris agreement is a mistake for US int’l relations. [link]

2015: historic agreement to reduce GHG emissions [link]

House


Rochester, Lisa (D-DE-AL)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: I am deeply disappointed [link]


FL

Senate


Nelson, Bill (D-FL)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: This is a huge mistake. [link]


Rubio, Marco (R-FL)
2017
SILENT
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2015: “unfunny joke” Note: stated as Presidential candidate [link]

House


Gaetz, Matt (R-FL-1)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: “Thank you, President Trump for your strong leadership and for always putting America first.” [link]


Dunn, Neal (R-FL-2)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: Accord a ‚ÄúBad Deal‚ÄĚ for Americans, [link]


Yoho, Ted (R-FL-3)
2017
SILENT
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2015: “The president cannot and should not leave congress out of the approval process especially when it comes to a massive climate deal…” [link]


Rutherford, John (R-FL-4)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A


Lawson, Al (D-FL-5)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: I am extremely disappointed [link]


DeSantis, Ron (R-FL-6)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Murphy, Stephanie (D-FL-7)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: I‚ÄĒalong with Republicans, Democrats, businesses and environmental groups‚ÄĒoppose the president‚Äôs decision [link]


Posey, Bill (R-FL-8)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Soto, Darren (D-FL-9)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: making America irrelevant again [link]


Demings, Val (D-FL-10)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: By walking away from the Paris Climate Agreement, we are sending a strong message of indifference to our allies around the world. [link]


Webster, Daniel (R-FL-10)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Bilirakis, Gus Michael (R-FL-12)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Crist, Charlie (D-FL-13)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: It would be extremely disappointing and damaging for the U.S. to walk away from this commitment and surrender America’s leadership in climate stewardship. [link]


Castor, Katherine (D-FL-14)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Trump’s decision to quit the international climate agreement deals a harsh economic blow to Florida families and businesses. [link]

2015: retweet of The White House [link]


Ross, Dennis (R-FL-15)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Buchanan, Vern (R-FL-16)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: “I strongly encourage the president to remain in the Paris climate accord” (issued before decision; “disappointed” after) [link]


Rooney, Tom (R-FL-17)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Mast, Brian (R-FL-18)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus


Rooney, Francis (R-FL-19)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: Let us ask instead what the agreement ostensibly would achieve and what it would cost… (AEI post) [link]


Hastings, Alcee L. (D-FL-20)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: irresponsible renouncement of American leadership. [link]


Deutch, Theodore (D-FL-21)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: Trump’s unfortunate decision to pull the United States out of the Paris Agreement all but guarantees we cede our leadership [link]


Frankel, Lois (D-FL-22)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Leaving the Paris Agreement is both dumb and dangerous. [link]

2015: retweet of Doris Matsui


Wasserman Schultz, Debbie (D-FL-23)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: President Trump’s reckless withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord banishes America to the political and scientific fringes [link]


Wilson, Frederica S. (D-FL-24)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Trump has broken a sacred promise to all Americans to safeguard their health and the environment. [link]

2015: retweet of Doris Matsui


Diaz-Balart, Mario (R-FL-25)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Curbelo, Carlos (R-FL-26)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: Strategic Mistake That Sets Us Back [link]

2015: It is particularly important for countries like China and India to cooperate and to honor their commitments. The United States cannot lead alone. [link]


Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana (R-FL-27)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: #SoFL is directly impacted by #sealevelrise + coastal flooding. We need long term strategy against #climatechange #ParisAccord [link]


GA

Senate


Isakson, Johnny (R-GA)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Unfortunately, the Paris climate deal was yet another regulatory overreach by the Obama administration and should have been put forward for the advice and consent of the Senate. [link]


Perdue, David (R-GA)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: When other countries are not willing or able to fully adhere to the terms and meet these targets it ultimately puts American companies and workers at a tremendous disadvantage.‚ÄĚ [link]

House


Earl “Buddy” Carter (R-GA-1)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: President Trump made the right move for American jobs, workers, and our economy and I applaud him for this decision. [link]


Bishop, Sanford D. (D-GA-2)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: silent but signed anti-pullout resolution


Ferguson, Drew (R-GA-3)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A


Johnson, Henry C. (D-GA-4)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: President Trump’s reckless and arrogant abandonment of the Paris Agreement… is a historic blunder [link]

2015: w/ #TheParisAgreement the planet is now on a path toward a clean future [link]


Lewis, John (D-GA-5)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: deeply concerned by this nation’s withdrawal from the Paris climate accord [link]

2015: …an important step by the community of nations towards protecting our planet for generations yet unborn [link]


Woodall, Rob (R-GA-7)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Scott, Austin (R-GA-8)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Collins, Doug (R-GA-9)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: It’s time we stand up for our own interests… [link]


Hice, Jody (R-GA-10)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Loudermilk, Barry (R-GA-11)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: “The damaging ramifications of this deal weren‚Äôt properly evaluated, and now it‚Äôs taking away jobs from hardworking Americans. [link]

2015: “radical climate agenda will have devastating impact on poor” – House SST [link]


Allen, Rick (R-GA-12)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Scott, David A. (D-GA-13)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Graves, Tom (R-GA-14)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


HI

Senate


Hirono, Maizie (D-HI)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement is irresponsible, hasty, and short-sighted [link]


Schatz, Brian (D-HI)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: We are appalled and disappointed, but we are not deterred. [link]

2015: an historic moment [link]

House


Hanabusa, Colleen (D-HI-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: sad statement that Republicans continue to refute science [link]


Gabbard, Tulsi (D-HI-2)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: short-sighted and irresponsible [link]


IA

Senate


Ernst, Joni (R-IA)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: respects the president‚Äôs decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement ‚Äúrather than subject Americans to stringent regulations that put our country ‚ÄĒ including American families and businesses ‚ÄĒ at an economic disadvantage [link]


Grassley, Chuck (R-IA)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The Paris Climate Agreement as negotiated for the U.S. by then-President (Barack) Obama without congressional consultation or approval resulted in no enforceable pledge from nations to limit their emissions, and the unequal terms put the U.S. economy at a significant disadvantage while letting large economies like China’s and India’s off the hook [link]

House


Blum, Rod (R-IA-1)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement is good news for our country‚Äôs economy, workers, and taxpayers. [link]


Loebsack, David (D-IA-2)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: By pulling out of the #Parisclimateaccord, @POTUS has once again signaled his lack of a commitment to addressing climate change [link]


Young, David (R-IA-3)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


King, Steven A. (R-IA-4)
2017
SILENT
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2015: “With blatant disregard for the health of the American economy, and without Congressional approval” [link]


ID

Senate


Crapo, Mike (R-ID)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: badly negotiated. [link]


Risch, James (R-ID)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I was opposed to the Paris Accord when Obama signed it then and I remain opposed to it in its present form. [link]

House


Labrador, Raul R. (R-ID-1)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Simpson, Michael K. (R-ID-2)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


IL

Senate


Duckworth, Tammy (D-IL)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: America is losing its influence and our economy is being left behind.‚ÄĚ [link]


Durbin, Richard (D-IL)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: President Trump surrendered our nation’s global leadership [link]

2015: historic agreement [link]

House


Rush, Bobby L. (D-IL-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: The president’s decision puts the U.S. at odds with nearly every other nation on earth [link]

2015: The world has come together to put a halt to increasing global emissions [link]


Kelly, Robin (D-IL-2)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: .@POTUS’s decision to leave the #ParisAgreement will go down in the history books as America running away from a global crisis. [link]


Lipinski, Daniel (D-IL-3)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: Not good for our country [link]


Gutierrez, Luis V. (D-IL-4)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: When climate science deniers advise POTUS who is reality denier, US pulls out of sensible int’l climate agreements. #sad #Twill [link]

2015: retweet of Doris Matsui


Quigley, Michael (D-IL-5)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: several statements including urging IL Gov to maintain commitment to Paris [link]

2015: For the first time, we have an ambitious, durable climate regime that applies to all countries [link]


Roskam, Peter J. (R-IL-6)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Davis, Danny K. (D-IL-7)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: silent but signed anti-pullout resolution


Krishnamoorthi, Raja (D-IL-8)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: Abandoning the commitments we made in the Paris Climate Agreement is a massive self-inflicted wound to our environment, our global influence, and our economy [link]


Schakowsky, Janice D. (D-IL-9)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: win for big oil and gas companies at the expense of our children’s and grandchildren’s future [link]

2015: “I am proud of this historic accomplishment and I will continue to do all that I can to support it and other efforts to address climate change.” [link]


Schneider, Brad (D-IL-10)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: History will judge harshly President Trump’s withdrawal of the United States from the international Paris Agreement on climate change. [link]


Foster, Bill (D-IL-11)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: .POTUS’s decision on #ParisAgreement marks a sad day for U.S. leadership & our planet’s future. [link]

2015: retweet of Doris Matsui


Bost, Mike (R-IL-12)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Davis, Rodney (R-IL-13)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus


Hultgren, Randall M. (R-IL-14)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I look forward to the President continuing to negotiate foreign policy that puts America first and brings treaties before Congress. [link]


Shimkus, John (R-IL-15)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: made the right call [link]


Kinzinger, Adam (R-IL-16)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Bustos, Cheri (D-IL-17)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Instead of pulling out of the #ParisAgreement, @realDonaldTrump should work w/ us to create good paying jobs in the renewable energy economy [link]


LaHood, Darrin (R-IL-18)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


IN

Senate


Donnelly, Joe (D-IN)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: America needs to lead, not withdraw from, efforts to engage other countries to develop an effective strategy. [link]


Young, Todd (R-IN)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: The Clean Power Plan along with the Paris Climate Agreement stood to harm Hoosier ratepayers and workers more than it helped the environment [link]

House


Visclosky, Peter J. (D-IN-1)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Walorski, Jackie (R-IN-2)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I applaud President Trump’s decision, [link]


Banks, Jim (R-IN-3)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: I am glad @POTUS is following through on his campaign promise and pulling the United States out of the flawed Paris agreement. [link]


Rokita, Todd (R-IN-4)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The @POTUS made the right decision by withdrawing from the #ParisAgreement. Negligible impact on environment, crushing impact on jobs. [link]


Brooks, Susan (R-IN-5)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Messer, Luke (R-IN-6)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Carson, Andre (D-IN-7)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Despite @POTUS’ shortsightedness I’m committed 2 leaving my daughter & kids everywhere a cleaner world where they can build prosperous lives [link]


Bucshon, Larry (R-IN-8)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: this flawed deal is unfair to American workers and puts our country at an economic disadvantage to the benefit of countries like China, Iran, and India. [link]

2015: The temperature of the earth has been changing for centuries. We should not tie our economic arms behind our backs. (link to Wall Street Journal article) [link]


Hollingsworth, Trey (R-IN-9)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


KS

Senate


Moran, Jerry (R-KS)
2017
MIXED ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: opposed the Obama administration’s decision to enter into the Paris climate accord without appropriate congressional input. But given the change in administrations, I would have preferred staying at the table [link]


Roberts, Pat (R-KS)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: no statement but signed pro-pullout letter [link]

House


Marshall, Roger (R-KS-1)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: job killer . . . I’m not sure there is even climate change [link]


Jenkins, Lynn (R-KS-2)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Yoder, Kevin (R-KS-3)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Do you have an extra $20,000 in your family’s budget to pay for trickle down government? [link]


Estes, Ron (R-KS-4)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A


KY

Senate


McConnell, Mitch (R-KY)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: I applaud President Trump and his administration for dealing yet another significant blow to the Obama Administration’s assault on domestic energy production and jobs.’ [link]

2015: making promises he can’t keep [link]


Paul, Rand (R-KY)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I am pleased that President Trump has followed through on his promise to exit the Paris Agreement, [link]

House


Comer, James (R-KY-1)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A


Guthrie, Steven Brett (R-KY-2)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The republican says he backs the President’s decision because the reports he has seen contradict the Accord by saying the earth will only heat by .2 degrees Celsius over 100 years. [link]


Yarmuth, John A. (D-KY-3)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Accord makes clear that the United States is not only abdicating its role as a world leader [link]


Massie, Thomas (R-KY-4)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Pulling out of this agreement was the smart thing to do and I applaud President Trump on his decision. [link]


Rogers, Harold (R-KY-5)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I applaud President Trump for his decision to begin negotiating a new agreement to support coal production [link]


Barr, Garland (R-KY-6)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


LA

Senate


Cassidy, Bill (R-LA)
2017
MIXED ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: video clip – says he’s neutral, promotes natgas > coal (pre-pullout) [link]


Kennedy, John N. (R-LA)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A

House


Scalise, Steve J. (R-LA-1)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The radical United Nations Paris Accord on global warming is more about wealth redistribution than protecting the environment. [link]


Richmond, Cedric L. (D-LA-2)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: silent but signed anti-pullout resolution


Higgins, Clay (R-LA-3)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A


Johnson, Mike (R-LA-4)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: Trump did us all a service this month by removing our country from the lopsided Paris climate agreement. (op-ed) [link]


Abraham, Ralph (R-LA-5)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I applaud President Trump for putting American workers and American industries first by withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord. [link]


Graves, Garett (R-LA-6)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


MA

Senate


Markey, Ed (D-MA)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: President Trump is breaking a promise to the world to combat climate change in order to keep an empty campaign promise to the coal industry [link]

2015: urgency of impacts matched by urgency of world leaders to act [link]


Warren, Elizabeth (D-MA)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The President can bury his head in the sand ‚Äď but our 100,000+ workers in clean energy and energy efficiency across the Commonwealth will keep up the fight to build the clean energy economy we need today. [link]

House


Neal, Richard E. (D-MA-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The administration that consistently denies the existence of climate change has now abandoned an international effort to preserve and protect our environment. [link]


McGovern, James P. (D-MA-2)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Tweet storm including: This is outrageous. America has a responsibility to lead on #ClimateChange & @realDonaldTrump tramples on progress we’ve fought so hard for. [link]

2015: Proud to see America leading the global push to ‪#‎ActOnClimate‬ [link]


Tsongas, Niki (D-MA-3)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Reports that President Trump will withdraw the U.S. from the monumentally important Paris Climate Accord will have devastating consequences at home and abroad, for this generation and the next, [link]

2015: It is my hope that these negotiations will put America and the rest of the world on a trajectory towards meaningful action [link]


Kennedy, Joseph (D-MA-4)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: President Trump’s threatened withdrawal from this agreement won’t just undermine global leadership [link]


Clark, Katherine (D-MA-5)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Pulling out of the #ParisAgreement is a gift to polluters and science deniers. Vulnerable families will be hurt most [link]

2015: retweet of Doris Matsui


Moulton, Seth (D-MA-6)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: .@realDonaldTrump says Paris Accord imposes ‚Äúdraconian economic and financial burdens” American business leaders disagree: [link]


Capuano, Michael E. (D-MA-7)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Pres. Trump reportedly getting U. S. out of Paris Accord, shows shocking unwillingness to acknowledge scientific reality of climate change [link]


Lynch, Stephen F. (D-MA-8)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Trump risks irreparably damaging America’s future generations [link]


Keating, Bill (D-MA-9)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: US has stepped aside & allowed allies & adversaries alike to fill our shoes as both an economic & moral leader. [link]


MD

Senate


Cardin, Ben (D-MD)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: I am exploring legislative solutions to mitigate the damage the president seeks and to do my part to ensure America remains a climate change fighter and leader. [link]

2015: US leadership played critical role [link]


Van Hollen, Chris (D-MD)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement threatens U.S. jobs, economic competitiveness, and the health of our planet. [link]

House


Harris, Andrew P. (R-MD-1)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: President Obama made a bad deal, and President Trump can do better. [link]


Ruppersberger, C.A. (D-MD-2)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: we turn our backs on our future generations [link]


Sarbanes, John P. (D-MD-3)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: President Trump‚Äôs decision to withdraw… is a reckless gamble against science [link]

2015: It will help minimize some of climate change’s worst effects [link]


Brown, Anthony G. (D-MD-4)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: I think the decision lacks foresight… In [the agreement’s] absence, you‚Äôre going to have other countries demonstrate leadership instead [link]


Hoyer, Steny H. (D-MD-5)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement completely surrenders America’s leadership position in the international response to climate change [link]

2015: #ParisAgreement is a historic deal to curb carbon emissions [link]


Delaney, John (D-MD-6)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: Pulling Out of Paris Accord a Betrayal of Our Future, Abdication of American Leadership [link]

2015: Since global warming affects everyone and does not stop at borders, it is great to see the international community come together to protect our future. [link]


Cummings, Elijah E. (D-MD-7)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: silent but signed anti-pullout resolution


Raskin, Jamie (D-MD-8)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: President Trump’s climate change brinksmanship threatens the existence of human life on Earth [link]


ME

Senate


Collins, Susan (R-ME)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Climate change requires a global approach. I’m disappointed in the President’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement #mepolitics [link]


King, Angus (I-ME)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Withdrawing from the Paris Climate Agreement is a mistake of historic proportions, [link]

2015: While there is more to be done the #ParisAgreement is an important step 2 cutting greenhouse gas emissions worldwide http://bit.ly/1QHrDbK [link]

House


Pingree, Chellie (D-ME-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Walking away from the Paris Agreement is perilous for America, Maine, and our future [link]


Poliquin, Bruce (R-ME-2)
2017
MIXED ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I believe it would be in our nation’s best interest to continue discussions with other nations in the world on how we might work together on ensuring a sustainable environment for all people. [link]


MI

Senate


Peters, Gary (D-MI)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Trump’s decision to leave #ParisAgreement means America loses economic opportunities to foreign businesses, countries focused on the future [link]


Stabenow, Debbie (D-MI)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: no statement but signed pro-stay letter

House


Bergman, Jack (R-MI-1)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A


Huizenga, Bill (R-MI-2)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: This accord puts us at a significant disadvantage [link]


Amash, Justin (R-MI-3)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: We are not validly in the agreement so pulling out of the agreement is almost nonsensical. [link]


Moolenaar, John (R-MI-4)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Kildee, Daniel (D-MI-5)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Trump is failing to address one our country’s most pressing threats: climate change. [link]


Upton, Fred (R-MI-6)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: For us to join with the ranks of Syria and Nicaragua as being the only countries not to sign on this, I think is a mistake. [link]


Walberg, Tim (R-MI-7)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Bishop, Mike (R-MI-8)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Levin, Sander M. (D-MI-9)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Pres Trump is jeopardizing the health of people today and all future generations #ParisAgreement [link]

2015: retweet of Doris Matsui


Mitchell, Paul (R-MI-10)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A


Trott, David (R-MI-11)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Dingell, Debbie (D-MI-12)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: President Trump‚Äôs Decision to Withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement ‚ÄúStunning & Dangerous‚ÄĚ [link]

2015: Great to see so many people out at the #MiClimateMarch! Keep raising your voices to #ActOnClimate (note: at December 12 event) [link]


Conyers, John (D-MI-13)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: The Trump White House once again undermines American leadership by ignoring climate change. [link]

2015: retweet of Doris Matsui


Lawrence, Brenda (D-MI-14)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Military experts: climate change will lead to…
-more famine
-more conflict
-more terrorism
And @realDonaldTrump refuses to take action. [link]

2015: RT Matsui; We must ensure our energy production/consumption is economically and environmentally sustainable. #ActOnClimate [link]


MN

Senate


Franken, Al (D-MN)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement is a catastrophic mistake [link]

2015: historic agreement [link]


Klobuchar, Amy (D-MN)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: This is a big step backwards. [link]

2015: Big news: 190+ nations sign landmark climate change deal. Proud MN is renewable energy leader but real progress requires global cooperation. [link]

House


Walz, Timothy J. (D-MN-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: W/ #ParisAgreement withdrawal, @realDonaldTrump weakens US national security, food security, moral/global leadership ‚Äď & lets down our kids. [link]


Lewis, Jason (R-MN-2)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: Process by which Paris Climate Agreement was adopted completely avoided the input of the American people [link]


Paulsen, Erik (R-MN-3)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


McCollum, Betty (D-MN-4)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: As our planet and humanity face the very real threat of climate change, this White House and the Republican Congress have isolated our nation by reneging on the Paris Agreement. [link]

2015: I commend President Obama for his unwavering leadership on this important issue. [link]


Ellison, Keith M. (D-MN-5)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Senators who urged Trump to leave Paris climate accord took millions from oil companies. [link]

2015: The Paris climate deal gives us a fighting chance to protect our way of life [link]


Emmer, Tom (R-MN-6)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Peterson, Collin C. (D-MN-7)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Nolan, Richard (D-MN-8)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: momentous setback for the United States and for all of humankind [link]


MO

Senate


Blunt, Roy (R-MO)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: no statement but signed pro-pullout letter


McCaskill, Claire (D-MO)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Running and hiding from this problem isn’t going to solve it [link]

House


Clay, William Lacy (D-MO-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: silent but signed anti-pullout resolution


Wagner, Ann (R-MO-2)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I applaud President Trump for fulfilling his promise to protect U.S. energy jobs and for withdrawing from this most recent global panacea of bad ideas [link]


Luetkemeyer, Blaine (R-MO-3)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: I welcome President Trump’s announcement to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Change Agreement, [link]

2015: it is clear that the Administration decided to put posturing and wishful thinking ahead of our nation’s economy [link]


Hartzler, Vicky (R-MO-4)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Cleaver, Emanuel (D-MO-5)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: A withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement is short-sighted and a dangerous nod to the National Flat Earth Agency [link]

2015: So proud America joined 189 other nations to adopt historic #ParisAgreement [link]


Graves, Sam (R-MO-6)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Long, Billy (R-MO-7)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Smith, Jason T. (R-MO-8)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


MS

Senate


Cochran, Thad (R-MS)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: no statement but signed pro-pullout letter


Wicker, Roger (R-MS)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Accord Would Have Cost Jobs With Little Effect on Global Temperatures [link]

House


Kelly, Trent (R-MS-1)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Thompson, Bennie G. (D-MS-2)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: silent but signed anti-pullout resolution


Harper, Gregg (R-MS-3)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Palazzo, Steven (R-MS-4)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


MT

Senate


Daines, Steve (R-MT)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: Withdrawing from this unenforceable agreement is good news for Montanans ‚Äď it would have raised utility rates for hardworking Montana families and cost our state jobs. We all want clean water and clean air but this deal was a bad deal. [link]

2015: links to WSJ piece; Mr. President, Americans can’t afford your anti-affordable energy regulations. [link]


Tester, Jon (D-MT)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I think it’s a prime example of the President burying his head in the sand when it comes to climate conditions [link]

House


NC

Senate


Burr, Richard (R-NC)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Tillis, Thom (R-NC)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: no statement but signed pro-pullout letter

House


Butterfield, George K. (D-NC-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: (RT’s an Alma Adams RT of a Gov Cooper state action tweet… in other words, lame and indirect) [link]


Holding, George (R-NC-2)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A


Jones, Walter B. (R-NC-3)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Price, David E. (D-NC-4)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: .@POTUS withdrawing from #ParisAgreement would be disastrous for our environment & future. U.S. must lead the fight against climate change. [link]

2015: retweet of Doris Matsui


Foxx, Virginia (R-NC-5)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Walker, Mark (R-NC-6)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Rouzer, David (R-NC-7)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: This was a bad deal for America [link]


Hudson, Richard (R-NC-8)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Pittenger, Robert (R-NC-9)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Thank you, Mr. President, for not following the lemmings over the cliff. (op-ed, WashEx) [link]


McHenry, Patrick T. (R-NC-10)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Meadows, Mark (R-NC-11)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The Paris Accord is a bad deal for the American people [link]


Adams, Alma (D-NC-12)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: This decision is detrimental to the US economy and our world standing [link]


Budd, Ted (R-NC-13)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A


ND

Senate


Heitkamp, Heidi (D-ND)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The United States can’t remain an energy leader if we aren’t even at the negotiating table [link]


Hoeven, John (R-ND)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: As written, the Paris Climate Accord was not fair for America. [link]

House


Cramer, Kevin (R-ND-AL)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The Paris Climate Agreement, in current form, would be terrible for America [link]


NE

Senate


Fischer, Deb (R-NE)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Sasse, Ben (R-NE)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT

House


Fortenberry, Jeffrey (R-NE-1)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Bacon, Don (R-NE-2)
2017
MIXED ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: We should have kept a seat at the table to advocate our interests and fix the problems with the current agreement that put us at an economic disadvantage with other countries. [link]


Smith, Adrian M. (R-NE-3)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


NH

Senate


Hassan, Maggie (D-NH)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: President Trump’s reckless decision to abandon his responsibility to address the very real dangers of climate change threatens America’s long-term economic growth, the health of our citizens, and the well-being of the planet [link]


Shaheen, Jeanne (D-NH)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: This decision is a devastating blow to America’s global leadership with grave implications for New Hampshire and future generations [link]

2015: unprecedented achievement [link]

House


Shea Porter, Carol (D-NH-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: Trump made a historic and calamitous error to ignore the majority of the American people and the overwhelming majority of scientists [link]


Kuster, Ann (D-NH-2)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: This politically motivated decision will only serve to undermine our ability to take on climate change which is one of the most daunting challenges of our times [link]

2015: I am encouraged by the progress being made in Paris. [link]


NJ

Senate


Booker, Cory (D-NJ)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement is a vicious blow to American leadership in the world and to our future. [link]

2015: The #ParisAgreement is so important as communities around the world are at risk due to climate change [link]


Menendez, Robert (D-NJ)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement will have grave consequences for generations to come [link]

2015: historic moment [link]

House


Norcross, Donald (D-NJ-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Our country is prioritizing corporate polluters over the health and well-being of our children [link]


LoBiondo, Frank A. (R-NJ-2)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


MacArthur, Tom (R-NJ-3)
2017
MIXED ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Climate change is a critical issue and it is vital that we act as good stewards of the environment. In any future agreement, we must protect American workers from a competitive disadvantage and ensure that nations across the globe also carry their weight. [link]


Smith, Christopher H. (R-NJ-4)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Gottheimer, Josh (D-NJ-5)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A


Pallone, Frank (D-NJ-6)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Congressman Pallone has been a leading proponent of the Paris Agreement [link]

2015: The Paris Agreement is the most significant achievement to advance unified and global climate action in nearly two decades [link]


Lance, Leonard (R-NJ-7)
2017
MIXED PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I joined Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, White House economic council director Gary Cohn and others in the Trump Administration in the belief that it is in our best national interests to remain at the table [link]


Sires, Albio (D-NJ-8)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: This short-sighted and selfish act not only damages our nation’s credibility abroad [link]


Pascrell, Bill (D-NJ-9)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Trump would be making a shortsighted decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Accord [link]


Payne, Donald Jr. (D-NJ-10)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Trump continues to erode America’s global leadership [link]


Frelinghuysen, Rodney P. (R-NJ-11)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Watson Coleman, Bonnie (D-NJ-12)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: just the latest example of his Administration’s hostility towards facts and science. [link]


NM

Senate


Heinrich, Martin (D-NM)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Pulling out of the #ParisAgreement would deeply damage our credibility and put us on a path toward very real and costly climate disruptions. [link]

2015: Countries across the world adopt the most ambitious climate change agreement in history [link]


Udall, Tom (D-NM)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Of all of President Trump’s reckless decisions, this could very well turn out to be the most dangerous [link]

2015: historic international agreement [link]

House


Lujan Grisham, Michelle (D-NM-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: silent but signed anti-pullout resolution


Pearce, Steve (R-NM-2)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: The Agreement will force American energy producers to dramatically change their business or shut down [link]

2015: The President has decided to put green energy projects overseas ahead of American families [link]


Lujan, Ben Ray (D-NM-3)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Luj√°n Calls Withdrawal from Paris Accords Act of Cowardice [link]

2015: through American ingenuity our nation will address this pressing challenge that affects us all [link]


NV

Senate


Cortez Masto, Catherine (D-NV)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: Trump’s decision to leave the Paris Agreement is the height of irresponsibility [link]


Heller, Dean (R-NV)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Our country will continue to move forward with the development of innovative new energy technologies that make our state and our nation‚Äôs energy supply cleaner, more affordable, and more reliable ‚Äď with or without our participation in the Paris Agreement. [link]

House


Titus, Dina (D-NV-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Today is a sad day for our nation. [link]


Amodei, Mark (R-NV-2)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus


Rosen, Jacky (D-NV-3)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: Trump Administration’s irresponsible decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accords represents an abdication of American leadership [link]


Kihuen, Ruben (D-NV-4)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: President Trump’s reckless decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement will be viewed in the future as one of the most reprehensible actions by this Administration. [link]


NY

Senate


Gillibrand, Kristin (D-NY)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: irresponsibly shortsighted and harmful to the United States [link]

2015: Pres. Obama & #SecState Kerry were instrumental in bringing global community together to commit to combating climate change. #ParisAgreement [link]


Schumer, Chuck (D-NY)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: “Trump to Earth; Drop Dead” [link]

House


Zeldin, Lee (R-NY-1)
2017
MIXED ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: I support many overall goals here, but the United States approached this entire Paris climate agreement all wrong. [link]


King, Peter T. (R-NY-2)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: Though well intentioned, the Paris Agreement would cost American jobs, slow our economy and put us at a competitive disadvantage with China and have minimal impact on the environment. [link]


Suozzi, Thomas (D-NY-3)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: this move by the President is a strong signal that he has little interest in protecting our planet [link]


Rice, Kathleen (D-NY-4)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Pulling out of the #ParisAgreement would *probably* be the most irresponsible thing Trump has done as POTUS [link]

2015: RT’d Matsui [link]


Meeks, Gregory W. (D-NY-5)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: The #ParisAgreement is about security and stability as much as it is about protecting the planet. [link]

2015: A landmark climate agreement has been reached in Paris [link]


Meng, Grace (D-NY-6)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: #ClimateChange doesn’t just go away because @POTUS wants to pull out of #ParisAgreement. We only get one planet. [link]


Velazquez, Nydia M. (D-NY-7)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Trump’s decision is immoral and places our entire planet’s future in jeopardy. [link]


Jeffries, Hakeem (D-NY-8)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Trump withdrawing from Paris Climate Change Agreement. Apparently America First means Polluters First #Shameful [link]

2015: leadership from @BarackObama on the world step helps yield historic climate change agreement [link]


Clarke, Yvette Diane (D-NY-9)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: President Trump just wove the white flag. Leaving the #ParisAgreement is a self-inflicted blow to American leadership in the world. [link]

2015: *contains link to NYMag article titled “The Paris Climate Deal is President Obama’s Biggest Accomplishment” [link]


Nadler, Jerrold (D-NY-10)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Withdrawl from #ParisAgreement would be horrific stain on America’s historical aspiration to better the world for successive generations. [link]

2015: retweet of Barack Obama [link]


Donovan, Dan (R-NY-11)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Maloney, Carolyn B. (D-NY-12)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Sticking our heads in the sand and deliberately ignoring the overwhelming scientific consensus on climate change will only hasten and worsen the damage that climate change will cause [link]

2015: retweet of Doris Matsui


Espaillat, Adriano (D-NY-13)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: I stand with @NYGovCuomo in New York’s commitment to #ActOnClimate and meet the standards put forth by the #ParisAgreement. [link]


Crowley, Joseph (D-NY-14)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: This reckless decision is among the worst from President Trump’s short tenure in the White House. It will cause our global standing to fall. [link]

2015: retweet of Doris Matsui


Serrano, Jose E. (D-NY-15)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I am disturbed by reports that the president plans to withdraw the United States from this international accord, thereby ceding American leadership [link]


Engel, Eliot L. (D-NY-16)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: This shortsighted decision threatens to unravel the entire agreement, imperiling the planet and further straining relations with our allies. [link]

2015: This historic ‪#‎ParisAgreement‬ is a huge first step toward tackling the issue of climate change on a global scale. [link]


Lowey, Nita M. (D-NY-17)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I strongly condemn President Trump’s reported decision to pull the United States out of the Paris Climate Accords [link]


Maloney, Sean (D-NY-18)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Pulling out of this agreement is lazy and it’s shortsighted and it sacrifices our role as a world leader. The rest of the world is laughing at us [link]

2015: retweet of Doris Matsui


Faso, John (R-NY-19)
2017
MIXED PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: I believe the withdrawal of the US from the agreement is ill-advised. [link]


Tonko, Paul (D-NY-20)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Economic & health losses will be far worse if we do nothing to #ActonClimate. This is an embarassment. #Paris #ClimateChangeIsReal [link]

2015: The #ParisAgreement at #COP21 is an unprecedented achievement of international cooperation [link]


Stefanik, Elise (R-NY-21)
2017
MIXED PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: just as President Obama overstepped by entering into this agreement without Congressional approval, this decision by President Trump is also a mistake. [link]


Tenney, Claudia (R-NY-22)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: “good that Trump took this step to support American workers” (Fox News clip) [link]


Reed, Tom (R-NY-23)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus


Katko, John (R-NY-24)
2017
MIXED ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I am hopeful that the Administration will set forth a comprehensive framework so that we can work with our allies and other nations to address climate change. [link]


Slaughter, Louise McIntosh (D-NY-25)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: There is no earthly reason why the president should withdraw from the Paris Agreement. [link]

2015: retweet of New York Times article: “Representatives of 195 countries achieved what has been unreachable for two decades” [link]


Higgins, Brian (D-NY-26)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Today’s decision to back away from the Paris Climate Accord is a sad moment in the history of American public policy. #ParisAgreement [link]


Collins, Chris (R-NY-27)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


OH

Senate


Brown, Sherrod (D-OH)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Leaving this agreement would pull this rug out from Ohio’s work to create jobs in this growing sector. [link]


Portman, Rob (R-OH)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT

House


Chabot, Steven (R-OH-1)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Wenstrup, Brad (R-OH-2)
2017
MIXED ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Supporters of the President’s announcement agree that the deal was badly negotiated, hurting U.S. jobs, domestic energy production, and American sovereignty. Critics argue that the administration’s decision to abandon the agreement is a major blow to global efforts to combat climate change and weakens the U.S.’s leadership role on the international stage and among our allies. [link]


Beatty, Joyce (D-OH-3)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: 1. Syria. 2. Nicaragua 3. USA. The ONLY three countries to reject #ParisAccord. Talk about a list you don’t want to be on! #ActOnClimate [link]


Jordan, James D. (R-OH-4)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The Paris treaty would hurt American companies and American workers by depressing economic output, keep companies from creating jobs and drive millions more out of the country. [link]


Latta, Robert E. (R-OH-5)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Johnson, Bill (R-OH-6)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Under the Paris Climate Agreement, communities and industries in Eastern and Southeastern that depend on fossil fuels would have been disproportionately harmed. [link]


Gibbs, Bob (R-OH-7)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Alarmists and their allies in the liberal media are doing their best Chicken Little impression. [link]


Davidson, Warren (R-OH-8)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A


Kaptur, Marcy (D-OH-9)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: This takes us backward. We must not shy away from working together on the international stage for cleaner air. [link]

2015: “The global awakening that the Paris Climate Change Agreement represents is truly historic. [link]


Turner, Michael R. (R-OH-10)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Fudge, Marcia L. (D-OH-11)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Here’s why America must continue to #ActOnClimate and why @POTUS shouldn’t abandon the #ParisAgreement. (RT from House Dems account) [link]


Tiberi, Patrick J. (R-OH-12)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Ryan, Timothy J. (D-OH-13)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: In a stunning abandonment of American Leadership aboard, President Trump is… making the United States only the third country on Earth not to participate in the historic Paris Climate Change Agreement. This is a disastrous decision. [link]

2015: We don’t own this planet: we are merely borrowing it from our kids. [link]


Joyce, David (R-OH-14)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Stivers, Steve (R-OH-15)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Renacci, Jim (R-OH-16)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Good riddance to Paris climate accord – op-ed [link]


OK

Senate


Inhofe, Jim (R-OK)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: the Paris Climate Agreement is nothing but empty promises, [link]

2015: the announcement of a final climate deal from Paris is no more significant to the United States than the Kyoto Protocol announcement 18 years ago. [link]


Lankford, James (R-OK)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: accord put the largest burden on the United States and very little on other nations. [link]

House


Bridenstine, James (R-OK-1)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: 4 reasons to support leaving the Paris climate agreement (video) [link]


Mullin, Markwayne (R-OK-2)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Lucas, Frank D. (R-OK-3)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Cole, Tom (R-OK-4)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Russell, Steve (R-OK-5)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


OR

Senate


Merkley, Jeff (D-OR)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: massive failure of leadership at a critical moment [link]

2015: breakthrough moment for climate change [link]


Wyden, Ron (D-OR)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: If Trump really cares about American jobs, he should not pull the rug out on the #ParisAgreement. [link]

2015: Glad so many countries were able to come together for #COP21. Now Congress must find ways to take meaningful action on climate change. [link]

House


Bonamici, Suzanne (D-OR-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: Withdrawing from #ParisAgreement will move us closer to irreparable damage to our planet’s health and our nation’s credibility. [link]

2015: The historic #ParisAgreement on climate change is outstanding news! [link]


Walden, Greg (R-OR-2)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Blumenauer, Earl (D-OR-3)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: If Trump won’t provide climate leadership, Oregon will [link]


DeFazio, Peter A. (D-OR-4)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: W/o the #ParisAgreement Mar-a-Lago will be underwater. Is Pres Trump withdrawing to focus on new soon-to-be oceanfront resort in the Mojave? [link]


Schrader, Kurt (D-OR-5)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: not in the US’s best interest strategically or economically [link]


PA

Senate


Casey, Bob (D-PA)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: This is a double-barreled blow to both Pennsylvania jobs and our environment. [link]

2015: Pleased to hear an international climate agreement has been reached in Paris. I look forward to reviewing the text. We must #ActOnClimate [link]


Toomey, Pat (R-PA)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Senator Toomey supports the withdrawal from the Paris Accord as it would not have protected our environment and would have been particularly harmful to our economy and job creation [link]

House


Brady, Robert A. (D-PA-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: irresponsible [link]


Evans, Dwight (D-PA-2)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: “I do not support” [link]


Kelly, Mike (R-PA-3)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: It is a victory for our economy, our sovereignty, and our Constitution. [link]

2015: No matter what the #ParisAgreement entails, it cannot bypass America’s Congress [link]


Perry, Scott (R-PA-4)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Our removal from the Paris Climate Agreement is a solid first step to reasserting the role of the U.S. Constitution in international affairs and domestic policies [link]


Thompson, Glenn (R-PA-5)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: the accord is ‚Äúextremely expensive‚ÄĚ to the United States, and criticized former President Barack Obama for signing the multinational agreement instead of submitting it to the Senate as a treaty. [link]


Costello, Ryan (R-PA-6)
2017
MIXED PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: I am disappointed by the Administration’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement. [link]


Meehan, Patrick (R-PA-7)
2017
MIXED PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: The Paris Agreement isn’t perfect. But by abandoning it, America is relinquishing that seat at the table. [link]


Fitzpatrick, Brian (R-PA-8)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: I urge the Administration to keep the United States in the Paris Climate Agreement [link]


Shuster, William (R-PA-9)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: This decisive action by President Trump is good for my constituents and for southwestern Pennsylvania. [link]


Marino, Thomas (R-PA-10)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Barletta, Lou (R-PA-11)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I commend President Trump for withdrawing from this terrible deal [link]


Rothfus, Keith (R-PA-12)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: In applauding President Trump’s move today, I stand with Western Pennsylvania manufacturers, boilermakers, power plant workers, railroad workers, truckers and miners in opposition to the Washington and global elites who want to concentrate power in their own hands [link]

2015: These regulations will kill jobs but do little, if anything, to affect the climate [link]


Boyle, Brendan (D-PA-13)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: I am incredibly disappointed [link]


Doyle, Michael F. (D-PA-14)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Today’s reversal on the Paris Agreement is foolhardy and incredibly disappointing. [link]


Dent, Charles W. (R-PA-15)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Pitts, Joseph R. (R-PA-16)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Cartwright, Matthew (D-PA-17)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: President Trump has chosen to go against world opinion as well as American business opinion. With this as well as with many other international issues, America should be leading. I am sorry that isn’t happening right now. My hope is that President Trump will reconsider his ill-advised choice. [link]

2015: part of Pelosi’s planned delegation [link]


Murphy, Timothy F. (R-PA-18)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


RI

Senate


Reed, Jack (D-RI)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: This is a shameful retreat by President Trump that places the interests of polluters ahead of national security, our economic future, and the common good. [link]

2015: historic international agreement [link]


Whitehouse, Sheldon (D-RI)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Trump is betraying the country, in the service of Breitbart fake news, the shameless fossil fuel industry, and the Koch brothers’ climate denial operation. [link]

2015: This is a major victory for our climate, our oceans, and our children. [link]

House


Cicilline, David (D-RI-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: “terrible mistake” [link]


Langevin, James R. (D-RI-2)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: President Trump’s ill-considered decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement puts the future of our entire planet at risk. [link]

2015: Together, we can make a difference [link]


SC

Senate


Graham, Lindsey (R-SC)
2017
MIXED ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I support President Trump’s desire to re-enter the Paris Accord after the agreement becomes a better deal for America and business. (note: had urged Trump to stay in) [link]


Scott, Tim (R-SC)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: no statement but signed pro-pullout letter

House


Sanford, Mark (R-SC-1)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Wilson, Addison Graves (Joe) (R-SC-2)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: job-killing regulations from the Paris accord have been killing American jobs [link]


Duncan, Jeff (R-SC-3)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The Paris Agreement would have been disastrous for the American economy [link]


Gowdy, Trey (R-SC-4)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Norman, Ralph (R-SC-5)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A


Clyburn, James E. (D-SC-6)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: silent but signed anti-pullout resolution


Rice, Tom (R-SC-7)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


SD

Senate


Rounds, Mike (R-SD)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: President Trump understands that we cannot put the U.S. at a competitive disadvantage with the rest of the world [link]


Thune, John (R-SD)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT

House


Noem, Kristi (R-SD-AL)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: South Dakota’s lone U.S. Representative, Kristi Noem (R) also supports Trumps decision. Noem says that we all want to preserve the environment, but you do it through innovation, not regulation. [link]


TN

Senate


Alexander, Lamar (R-TN)
2017
MIXED ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Except for occasional reports, there is nothing binding about the Paris Agreement, so staying in it makes little difference [link]


Corker, Bob (R-TN)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I appreciate the president’s desire to renegotiate an agreement that is more in line with what is achievable in a manner that promotes an increase in the standard of living of American citizens and protects our environment. (note: also went on tweetstorm) [link]

House


Roe, Phil (R-TN-1)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Duncan, John J. (R-TN-2)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Fleischmann, Chuck (R-TN-3)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


DesJarlais, Scott (R-TN-4)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Cooper, Jim (D-TN-5)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Withdrawing from the Paris Agreement is an abdication of U.S. leadership and a moral failure to our kids and grandkids. [link]


Black, Diane (R-TN-6)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I applaud President Trump’s decisive action to reject the Paris climate change agreement, which was a bad deal for American families and businesses. [link]


Blackburn, Marsha W. (R-TN-7)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I applaud President Trump for his decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate agreement. [link]


Kustoff, David (R-TN-8)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A


Cohen, Stephen I. (D-TN-9)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Rebuking/pulling out of #ParisClimateDeal is #covfeve. Apology to Nicaragua who thought agreement should be stronger! So it’s Trumps America and Syria. [link]

2015: retweet of Doris Matsui


TX

Senate


Cornyn, John (R-TX)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: I applaud the President’s decision today as he continues to turn the page on the previous Administration’s job-killing regulatory agenda. [link]

2015: Strange reading press on Paris climate “agreement”: under Constitution POTUS has no unilateral authority to bind US; so it is his, not ours. [link]


Cruz, Ted (R-TX)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: This is great news for the Texas economy and for hardworking Americans all across our country. [link]

2015: Would withdraw US from climate agreement. “Barack Obama seems to think the SUV parked in your driveway is a bigger threat to national security than radical Islamic terrorists who want to kill us. That‚Äôs just nutty” Note: stated this as Presidential candidate [link]

House


Gohmert, Louie (R-TX-1)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: President Trump is entirely correct in withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord. [link]


Poe, Ted (R-TX-2)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Johnson, Sam (R-TX-3)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Ratcliffe, John (R-TX-4)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Hensarling, Thomas J. (R-TX-5)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Barton, Joe (R-TX-6)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Culberson, John Abney (R-TX-7)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Brady, Kevin (R-TX-8)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I commend President Trump for fulfilling his commitment to the American people. [link]


Green, Al (D-TX-9)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


McCaul, Michael T. (R-TX-10)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Conaway, K. Michael (R-TX-11)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Conaway also told the audience he supported President Trump’s decision on Thursday to pull out of the Paris Climate Accord.

‚ÄúClimates are changing,‚ÄĚ he said. ‚ÄúLet‚Äôs do the things that make sense, but let‚Äôs do it in ways we can afford to and can prosper ourselves moving forward.‚ÄĚ [link]


Granger, Kay (R-TX-12)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Thornberry, Mac (R-TX-13)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: One agreement is not the whole universe of climate change [link]


Weber, Randy (R-TX-14)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I applaud the President for recognizing a bad deal when he sees one and for keeping his word to put America first [link]


Gonzalez, Vicente (D-TX-15)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: silent but signed anti-pullout resolution


O’Rourke, Beto (D-TX-16)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: 1 of his worst executive actions to date [link]


Flores, Bill (R-TX-17)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: While most of us agree that climate change is occurring, there are better solutions than entering into an agreement that allows foreign governments to make decisions for our nation [link]


Jackson Lee, Sheila (D-TX-18)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Leaving the #ParisAccord is yet another unsavory step in this #HouseOfCards created by this administration. [link]


Arrington, Jodey (R-TX-19)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A


Castro, Joaquin (D-TX-20)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Leaving the Paris Agreement is an abandonment of U.S. global leadership. [link]

2015: The historic #ParisAgreement is a climate deal that will help protect our planet for generations to come [link]


Smith, Lamar S. (R-TX-21)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: By withdrawing from the Paris climate agreement, President Trump has freed America from a bad deal that would cost billions of dollars but have little significant environmental benefit [link]

2015: The president‚Äôs U.N. climate deal in Paris would raise Americans‚Äô electric bills, ration energy and slow economic growth… [link]


Olson, Pete (R-TX-22)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: President Trump has concluded that the greatest impact of the Paris Agreement would be to lock us into an uncompetitive agreement, [link]


Hurd, Will (R-TX-23)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Marchant, Kenny (R-TX-24)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Williams, Roger (R-TX-25)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Burgess, Michael C. (R-TX-26)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Accord is an important action to keep American workers at the focus of the economy. [link]


Farenthold, Blake R. (R-TX-27)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Cuellar, Henry (D-TX-28)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Green, Gene (D-TX-29)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Regardless of President Trump’s decision, I will continue to work with my colleagues to ensure we address climate change [link]


Johnson, Eddie Bernice (D-TX-30)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Today, I am not proud. I am saddened and embarrassed that this country will not be working in coordination with the international community to address the threat of climate change. [link]

2015: part of Pelosi’s planned delegation [link]


Carter, John R. (R-TX-31)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I applaud President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Accord. [link]


Sessions, Pete (R-TX-32)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Veasey, Marc (D-TX-33)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: .@realDonaldTrump’s decision to drop out of #ParisAgreement leaves us isolated from all of our major allies. Every. Single. One. [link]


Vela, Filemon (D-TX-34)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Doggett, Lloyd (D-TX-35)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: With Trump’s #ParisAgreement fail, it’s clear that the swamp, not science, is running his circus. #ActOnClimate [link]

2015: The important global warming agreement reached in Paris brought international acknowledgment that we must cut carbon emissions to reduce a warming globe [link]


Babin, Brian (R-TX-36)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: Furthermore, it would uniquely hurt the people of the 36th District of Texas by threatening the many good-paying jobs provided by our area’s petrochemical and refining facilities. [link]

2015: I recently spoke out against Obama’s attempt to bypass Congress & enter U.S. into the UN global warming plan. [link]


UT

Senate


Hatch, Orrin (R-UT)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: (RT’s a Corker tweetstorm) [link]

2015: This agreement‚ÄĒsimilar to previous deals that have failed in the past‚ÄĒis unenforceable and non-binding as a matter of domestic law [link]


Lee, Mike (R-UT)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: The American people did not vote for President Trump so that American taxpayers could send billions of dollars overseas to establish a global crony capitalist slush fund. [link]

2015: re omnibus: this bill allows for the full funding of the Green Climate Fund, negotiated at the recent Paris Climate talks, [link]

House


Bishop, Robert W. (R-UT-1)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Stewart, Chris (R-UT-2)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The heroic claims of the agreement do not match reality. [link]


Chaffetz, Jason (R-UT-3)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Love, Mia (R-UT-4)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: Democrats and Republicans should come together to ensure major decisions, particularly those that obligate taxpayer dollars, go through Congress. [link]


VA

Senate


Kaine, Tim (D-VA)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: This retreat also reflects an extraordinary lack of faith in American innovation [link]

2015: Applaud leaders at #COP21 from around the world on reaching a deal. Look forward to reviewing the #climatechange agreement in full [link]


Warner, Mark (D-VA)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: President Trump’s Decision to Leave the #ParisAgreement is a Huge Step Back for American Leadership [link]

House


Wittman, Robert J. (R-VA-1)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Taylor, Scott (R-VA-2)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: Rather, it protects the American taxpayer from sending billions of dollars overseas, harming our national output, and eliminating millions of American jobs. [link]


Scott, Robert C. (D-VA-3)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: step in the wrong direction [link]


McEachin, Don (D-VA-4)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: The #ParisAgreement is an essential step in promoting renewable energies, supporting innovative efforts & developing more green jobs. [link]


Garrett, Tom (R-VA-5)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A


Goodlatte, Bob (R-VA-6)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Today’s decision to exit the Paris Climate Agreement was the right move. [link]


Brat, Dave (R-VA-7)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Common sense was clearly ignored when entering into this poorly-negotiated agreement and I am pleased to see American sovereignty restored by this action by President Trump. [link]


Beyer, Don (D-VA-8)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: Today’s news that Donald Trump intends to pull out of the global accord stands in stark contrast to overwhelming public and scientific agreement on the causes and solutions to climate change [link]

2015: Extraordinary progress and hope with the #ParisAgreement. I commend all those who worked tirelessly toward today’s deal. [link]


Griffith, Morgan (R-VA-9)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The Paris Climate Accord is a bad deal for Americans, as I’ve been saying since the deal was announced. [link]


Comstock, Barbara (R-VA-10)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Connolly, Gerald E. (D-VA-11)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Unilaterally withdrawing from the Paris Climate Agreement is short-sighted in the extreme [link]

2015: Historic ‪#‎COP21‬ agreement is ambitious and attainable goal. [link]


VT

Senate


Leahy, Patrick (D-VT)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: America gave its word to nearly 200 countries. America stays great when the world knows we’ll keep our word. It doesn‚Äôt make America great to break our word. [link]


Sanders, Bernie (I-VT)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: abdication of American leadership and an international disgrace [link]

2015: While the #ParisAgreement is a step forward it goes nowhere near far enough. The planet is in crisis. We need bold action now. [link]

House


Welch, Peter F. (D-VT-AL)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: Combating #climatechange is the challenge of our time. @POTUS, we can’t afford to walk away from #ParisAgreement [link]

2015: …should put to rest any doubt that climate change is real and that it threatens our environment, our economy, and our health [link]


WA

Senate


Cantwell, Maria (D-WA)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: This is a sad day for America. [link]

2015: #ParisAgreement is one important step on the road to a clean energy future and saving our planet. #DiplomacyWins #ThereIsNoPlanB #COP21 [link]


Murray, Patty (D-WA)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: To say I’m disappointed with President Trump’s decision is an understatement [link]

2015: Great news coming out of #ParisAgreement talks. I applaud so many countries coming together to #ActOnClimate ‚Äč-PM [link]

House


DelBene, Suzan (D-WA-1)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: would endanger our children’s health, their futures and the planet [link]


Larsen, Rick (D-WA-2)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Withdrawing the United States from the Paris climate accord is a grave mistake [link]

2015: Nearly 200 countries, including the U.S., have now committed to taking action to address climate change [link]


Herrera Beutler, Jaime (R-WA-3)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


Newhouse, Dan (R-WA-4)
2017
SILENT
2015
SILENT


McMorris Rodgers, Cathy (R-WA-5)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I agree w/ this decision [link]


Kilmer, Derek C. (D-WA-6)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: President Trump should listen to the American people who are not just demanding action ‚Äď but leadership to counter the impacts of climate change.‚ÄĚ [link]

2015: The climate agreement in Paris this weekend is great news [link]


Jayapal, Pramila (D-WA-7)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: Trump is setting our planet on a catastrophic course, [link]


Reichert, David G. (R-WA-8)
2017
MIXED PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus

2017: Withdrawing from the agreement could cause us to lose this influence. [link]


Smith, Adam (D-WA-9)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: President Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement is a disastrous move that undermines the most significant global climate change agreement to date. [link]

2015: I thank the Obama Administration for their continued leadership on efforts to significantly reduce emissions [link]


Heck, Denny (D-WA-10)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement on climate change puts politics ahead of the wellbeing of our children and grandchildren. [link]


WI

Senate


Baldwin, Tammy (D-WI)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
PRO-CLIMATE

2017: Backing out of the Paris Agreement now and turning our back on the rest of the world after years of strong U.S. leadership is bad for our environment, bad for our economy and fails future generations [link]

2015: With the #ParisAgreement, the world is taking steps to fight #climatechange. Read why we must #ActOnClimate now. [link]


Johnson, Ron (R-WI)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The benefit of the Paris agreement was suspect from the start. [link]

House


Ryan, Paul (R-WI-1)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: simply a raw deal for America [link]


Pocan, Mark (D-WI-2)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Agree. Completely wrong direction for our country. Shortsighted decision will negatively affect our children and our children’s children. [link]


Kind, Ron (D-WI-3)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Today’s decision by President Trump to leave the Paris Agreement puts our standing in the world at risk. [link]


Moore, Gwen (D-WI-4)
2017
PRO-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: This misguided action signifies a direct threat to our national security, our public health, and our country’s economic growth [link]


Sensenbrenner, F. James (R-WI-5)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: I applaud President Trump for putting America first and leaving this unfair climate agreement. [link]

2015: This standard is unrealistic [link]


Grothman, Glenn (R-WI-6)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: The Paris climate agreement was a bad deal for all Americans, but would have hit Wisconsin’s Sixth District particularly hard. [link]


Duffy, Sean (R-WI-7)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I was proud to see our President delivering on his promise to put America and her workers first. [link]


Gallagher, Mike (R-WI-8)
2017
SILENT
2015
N/A

Member of the Climate Solutions Caucus


WV

Senate


Capito, Shelly Moore (R-WV)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement is the right decision for the American economy and workers in West Virginia and across the country. [link]

2015: TV:Congress not behind Obama, he can’t make those promises [link]


Manchin, Joe (D-WV)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I do not believe that the Paris Agreement ensures a balance between our environment and the economy. [link]

House


McKinley, David (R-WV-1)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: President Trump’s decision to withdraw is a bold statement that he will put America first even in the face of intense international pressure, [link]

2015: While the aftermath of the agreement has been full of self-congratulatory applause and high-minded rhetoric about saving the planet, the real impact of the agreement is questionable [link]


Mooney, Alex (R-WV-2)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: Proud to be sitting in the front row of the Rose Garden in support of @POTUS’s announcement on the #ParisAccord that will save WV jobs. [link]


Jenkins, Evan (R-WV-3)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: President Trump is keeping his word by pulling us out of an agreement that was all pain, no gain for America’s workers, families and economy. [link]


WY

Senate


Barrasso, John (R-WY)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
ANTI-CLIMATE

2017: President Trump is keeping his word and getting America out of a bad deal [link]

2015: surrender of US energy security, reliability, and jobs [link]


Enzi, Mike (R-WY)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
SILENT

2017: I applaud President Trump for making the decision [link]

House


Cheney, Liz (R-WY-AL)
2017
ANTI-CLIMATE
2015
N/A

2017: This agreement imposed emissions standards that would have devastated America’s fossil fuel industry with no measurable impact on the climate. [link]

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