Trump`s exit from the Paris accord will have an impact on other countries by cutting financial assistance to the Green Climate Fund.  The end of US funding of $3 billion will have a final impact on climate change research and will reduce society`s chances of meeting the Paris Agreement goals and omit U.S. contributions to future IPCC reports.   Trump`s decision will also affect CO2 emission space and carbon prices.  The withdrawal of the United States will also mean that the place where the global climate regime can be adopted will be accessible to China and the EU.  While the EU has pledged to reduce itself by at least 40% from 1990 levels. From 1990 to 2005, U.S. emissions increased by 17%, so that the Paris commitments were only 9 to 11% compared to 1990 levels. The United States is very beneficial compared to the EU. However, many political experts and analysts have found that former President Barack Obama has pledged to reduce CARBONE emissions by 26 to 28 percent of their 2005 level by 2025, but the United States has not been constrained by the way it has achieved these goals.
They also found that, although countries are bound by the agreement and have committed, the agreement itself has “no teeth” – that is, there have been no sanctions for the absence of their climate targets. It is a multilateral agreement within the framework of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC); reducing greenhouse gas emissions. This is not the first time the United States has withdrawn from an international climate agreement. It withdrew from the Kyoto Protocol and said that emerging countries did not have emission targets. She has also withdrawn from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the TPP, etc. This will have an impact on the negotiating power of the United States at the global level. A play by commentator Erick Erickson, published by Fox News, said that the exit from the Paris agreement was the right thing to do, because “climate change is not a subject worth taking care of.”  Douglas E. Schoen, who also wrote for Fox, said that an exit from the Paris Agreement “only accelerates America`s withdrawal from global political and economic leadership.”  To date, only two other countries have not yet signed the Paris Agreement: Syria and Nicaragua. Syria, which is still in a destructive civil war, has found that it is unable to sign such agreements because of the relentless sanctions of Western countries. However, the Nicaraguan government refused to register for various reasons.
Nicaragua believes that the Paris agreement does not go far enough to reduce emissions and argues that rich countries such as the United States should have been forced to make deeper commitments. Currently, 195 UNFCCC members have signed it. However, US President Donald Trump has announced his intention to withdraw from the agreement by November 2020.