Paris exit could leave businesses out of billion-dollar market

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Quick Fix

— The United States’ planned exit from the Paris climate agreement could lock U.S. businesses out of rapidly growing global carbon markets, potentially costing them an opportunity worth hundreds of billions of dollars.

— House Democrats have dropped their bid to regulate PFAS in drinking water and require cleanups under Superfund from defense bill negotiations.

Youth climate strikes will take place across the globe today to ramp up pressure on global leaders.

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