Buildings light up in green in support of Paris climate accord

PHOTO: The City Hall of Paris is illuminated in green following President Donald Trumps announcement that the United States will withdraw from the 2015 Paris Climate Accord and try to negotiate a new global deal on climate change, June 1, 2017.PlayGeoffroy Van Der Hasselt/AFP/Getty Images
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In the aftermath of Donald Trump's decision to withdraw the United States from a landmark climate agreement signed by 195 nations in 2015, a slew of political and business leaders around the world announced their support for and commitment to the accord.

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That support was buttressed by several city monuments and landmarks around the world, which lit up in green as an expression of support for the Paris climate diplomacy.


Mexico City:

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New York City:


Washington, D.C.: