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Climate change denied only by U.S.
U.S. now only country in the world to deny need to limit warming of climate | Syria signs historic 2015 Paris climate agree, reports NYTimes.com in Nov. 9, 2017, commentary, "Mr. Trump, Alone with His Lies in a Warming World" | More>
However, what small part – if any – can Asheville play to be a part of the solution and join the rest of the world which is participating in the Paris climate agreement?
Answer 1: Attend the Climate City Soiree, a party on Nov. 16, 2017, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., to benefit the innovative efforts of The Collider. The Collider is a non-profit organization based in Downtown Asheville focused on promoting market-driven climate solutions "grounded in the best science solutions and speak the language of business." | For directions and info about the Nov. 16 Soiree presented by Asheville Affiliates, Click Here> | For more about The Collider, including membership information, visit Thecollider.org or Click Here>
Answer 2: Become aware of local erosion control and stormwater issues related to climate change, as well as local development and old infrastructure in need of updating. | For info, visit Save Our Slopes Map Tool: Click Here>
Answer 3: Keep working together locally and regionally to create a greener world. Understand and remain optimistic in spite of Trump; he can only do so much to slow down the ongoing trend across America to become greener. | "Donald Trump cannot halt US climate progress, former Obama adviser says," was published in TheGuardian.com: Click Here> | "Hundreds of US mayors endorse switch to renewable energy by 2035," also in TheGuardian.com: Click Here> | "U.S. states and cities defy Trump on Paris climate deal," reports Time.com: Click Here> | "Cities, states and companies vow to stick to the Paris Climate agreement," writes Foreignpolicy.com: Click Here> | "Mayors, cities pledge swift climate action," reports Thinkprogress.org: Click Here> | "Over 1,400 US cities, states and businesses vow to meet Paris climate commitments," features Insideclimatenews.org, a Pulitzer-Prize winning non-profit, non-partisan news organization dedicated to covering climate change, energy and the environment: Click Here>