The Climate Fight Under President-Elect Trump

Kevin Rudd on BBC Radio's Costing the Earth

ASPI President Kevin Rudd spoke to the BBC Radio program Costing the Earth about the international fight against climate change after Donald Trump's election as the next U.S. President. Rudd argued that China has "begun to take a range of measures" against climate change and that India would also continue to act. He said that if a President Trump seeks to "unpick the Paris Agreement and unpick the clean air plan which has been brought in by President Obama through executive orders," you may still see the public and corporate community take action in the United States to continue the climate fight. (1 min., 35. sec.)

Listen to the full program here. (27 min., 39. sec.)