DescriptionThe 5 effects that the US will bring about the withdrawal of the Paris Climate TreatyTrump said the United States "is at a disadvantage in negotiating the reason for its decision, and that other countries are providing an economic advantage to the United States."The deal envisions countries trying to keep the global temperature increase at about 1.5 to 2, by limiting the use of fossil fuels and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.This agreement, signed in 2016, is shown as one of the most important international steps taken to fight and take measures worldwide on global warming.Trump's decision was reacted from all over the world, especially from Europe. European leaders have expressed frustration with this darkness, while former President Barack Obama and his team have criticized Trump for the hard language.So what does the US's signing of the Paris Climate Treaty mean for the rest of the world? Here is the news of the BBC's Environmental Correspondent Matt McGrath:THIS INTERMEDIATE AGREEMENT WILL SEE THE WORLD LOSSIt is possible that Trump's decision would make it much more difficult to meet the goal of keeping the global warming below the 2 ° C level specified in the Paris Treaty.The US is one of the most important financial and technological supporters of the efforts of developing countries to cope with rising temperatures, as well as producing about 15 percent of the world's carbon emissions by themselves.There is also a moral leadership angle. The United States, along with this decision, is also giving up the morale leadership of the struggle with global warming, which is inevitable on other diplomatic efforts.Michael Brune of the US environmental organization Sierra Club described the withdrawal of the US signature as "a historic mistake that one day, when our returnees looked back in amazement, they could see how far a world leader might have gone from reality and morality."ParisUSA'S FASTEST CHINESE OPPORTUNITYThe most important factor that led to the signing of the Paris Treaty was the dialogue between the United States and China.Chairman Obama and Chinese President Shi Jinping set up a common ground with the participation of several countries from the smallest island states of the world to organizations such as the European Union (EU), and formed a "coalition of purposeful goals".China repeatedly fulfilled its commitments under the Paris Treaty and signed a joint statement on Friday that would require further co-operation to reduce carbon emissions with the EU, which is expected to be officially announced."We do not want to leave anyone behind," said Miguel Arias Cañete, European Commissioner for Climate Protection. However, we decided not to progress as the EU and China. "Canada and Mexico may also be expected to emerge as the most important actors on the global scale to combat climate change.GREAT IMAGINARY FRACTURE FOR BUSINESSThe US business world is at the forefront of those who defend the US in the Paris Treaty.The executives of hundreds of companies, including leading giants such as Google and Apple, as well as leading fossil fuel makers like Mobil, have called President Trump to stay in the Paris Treaty.Exxon CEO Darren Woods told Trump in his letter that he would continue to "sit on the negotiation table" to ensure that the US is in a "competitive position" with the agreement in force and that staying within the scope of the agreement would "lead to an equivalent playing field."THE COAL OF THE COAST IS VERY DIFFICULTThe US has also led other developed countries to reduce coal use in the energy supply. The United Kingdom plans to gradually terminate coal use in electricity generation by 2025.The number of people employed in the coal sector in the United States is only half of those working in solar energy production.Although developed countries will continue to have coal dependence as a major source of energy for years to come, its role as a car owner is expected to continue to diminish due to the negative impact on air quality and the response of the public to air pollution.The downward trend in the price of renewable energy also encourages developing countries to switch to greener sources.In recent deals in India, the price of solar energy is 18 percent lower than the average price of electricity generated in coal-fired power plants.