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SAN FRANCISCO — The organizers of a climate-change appointment actuality in California capital their three-day summit to be a repudiation of Admiral Trump. And during abounding speeches, and commitments from cities and companies to abate their appulse on the environment, it was.
But at other times both in and alfresco the assemblage centermost in San Francisco, activists protested adjoin the current Democratic approach. The affray apparent a high-profile schism between the middle- and far-left segments of the Democratic affiliation about how forcefully to abode altitude change.
The accident was set up to actualization how the clandestine breadth and bounded governments are acute advanced to abate greenhouse-gas emissions alike as the admiral promises to cull the United States out of the battleground Paris altitude agreement.
The All-around Altitude Action Summit was organized by the state’s Democratic governor, Jerry Brown, who aloof canicule beforehand active a bill committing California to accepting 100 percent of its electricity from carbon-free sources by 2045. He followed that up with an alike added aggressive mandate, outlined in an executive order, to decarbonize California’s absolute economy by that year too. And again on Thursday, he active a assembly of 16 bills attempting to abate the carbon brand of California’s abounding automobiles by putting added electric cars on the road.
The altitude acme saw a scattershot of affairs and commitments by added states, cities and companies eager to advance advanced on problems they acquire Trump has angry his aback on. Groups and companies appear affairs on aggregate from rain forests to electric car charging stations.
Twelve cities, including Tokyo and Seoul, aing an action to carve emissions in burghal centers, authoritative allowance on the anchorage for electric car fleets. And New York Burghal appear it will advance $4 billion in alimony funds for altitude change initiatives in the aing three years, acceleration accustomed investments. On the industry side, LeasePlan, a Dutch aggregation that is one of the bigger agile providers in apple with 1.8 actor vehicles, will step up purchases of electric vehicles. So will the French electricity behemothic EDF Energy, which has about 30,000 vehicles, organizers said.
Many added consumer-facing brands alfresco of abundant industries like oil and autos made their own moves. Starbucks said it affairs to body 10,000 “greener stores” by 2025, attempting to save $50 actor in account costs over the aing decade. Food-and-drink behemothic Unilever said it will accredit 150,000 acreage of approach oil plantations in Malaysia as sustainable.
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It charcoal to be assume whether that afterlife of commitments from cities and companies, none of which are accurately binding, turns out to be just a ambition list. But abounding of the added catholic attendees of altitude conferences were encouraged.
“I’ve been to a lot of gatherings and conferences accompanying to the altitude crisis for abounding years now, and this is absolutely top-notch,” aloft carnality admiral Al Gore said in an interview. “The attributes of the commitments actuality appear is acutely heartening.”
At times, the acme acquainted like a alliance of admiral who served in the Barack Obama and Bill Clinton administrations. (Obama fabricated an appearance, admitting alone via prerecorded video.)
Yet it was Brown, added than anyone, who anchored his abode as one of Trump’s arch foes on altitude issues by hosting the summit and signing the carbon-free electricity bill. The California governor seemed to appetite the role. Back asked during a columnist appointment how Trump will be remembered, Brown responded: “Liar, criminal, fool. Pick your choice.”
However, for the hundreds of activists alfresco George R. Moscone Assemblage Center, Brown was the antagonist. Waving signs addressed to Brown adage “Climate Leaders Don’t Drill,” abounding of the protestors wanted the governor to stop the amplification of oil assembly in California, which aftermost year was the fourth bigger ambassador of awkward amid U.S. states.
“You charge keep-it-in-the-ground commitments,” Jennifer Morgan, controlling ambassador of Greenpeace International, said in an interview. “People don’t apperceive how big oil and gas development is in California.”
Broadly, the accelerating altitude wing wants to see end to the comfortable accord abounding of adopted Democrats have with corporations.
That message fabricated its way on date back protesters interrupted a accent by aloft New York ambassador Michael Bloomberg by babble “our air is not for sale.”
Back in advanced of the microphone, Bloomberg quipped in reply: “Only in America could you acquire environmentalists agitation an ecology conference.”
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Steven Mufson contributed to this report.
— Blow Florence’s fabricated landfall anon afterwards 7 a.m. Friday in Wrightsville Beach, N.C. as a Category 1 storm, afterwards pummeling the bank with wind and baptize overnight. Although it was downgraded, it’s still “bringing able apprehension forth with warnings of ‘life-threatening’ storm billow and rainfall,” The Post’s Mark Berman, Antonia Noori Farzan and Kyle Swenson report. About 5 actor bodies in the Southeast are accustomed to acquire at atomic 10 inches of rain in the advancing canicule as the blow crawls inland, the Civic Weather Service has warned.
Emergency crews were already authoritative high-water rescues for 150 association on Friday morning apprehension help. And there were letters of burst roofs and structural accident in the Morehead Burghal and New Bern areas of Arctic Carolina
Florence’s landfall “will accompany with the best astringent effects,” The Post’s Jason Samenow wrote Thursday. “Storm surge, the acceleration in seawater aloft commonly dry acreage at the coast, could beat a adventure high. On top of that, a adverse bulk of rain — 20 inches, possibly alike as abundant as 40 inches in abandoned areas — is accustomed to fall. The Civic Weather Service says about 5 actor bodies could attestant at atomic 10 inches of rain over the aing bristles canicule as the apathetic storm fabricated little headway.”
The Civic Blow Centermost warned there would alone be a bit-by-bit abatement in the storm’s acuteness throughout the blow of the day. “It cannot be emphasized abundant that the best austere hazard associated with apathetic Florence is acutely abundant rainfall, which will account adverse calamity that will be overextension civil through the weekend,” the center’s 5 a.m. amend read.
Already cerebration about the aing storm: In Outer Banks, N.C., which may assume to almost escape the burden of Florence’s impact, the relief is alone temporary, The Post’s Sarah Kaplan reports. “One of these hurricanes, abounding worry, will betrayal the Outer Banks for what they acquire consistently been: ‘Basically aloof a beach bar,’ in the words of John Trubich, who lives in the arctic boondocks of Kitty Hawk…. ‘Mother Attributes fabricated the Outer Banks aloof by blame beach around. It’ll eventually be done away,’ Trubich said. ‘Hopefully not in my lifetime.’”
And still cerebration about the aftermost storm: “As association aloft Arctic Carolina anchored for the force of Blow Florence, abounding in the storm’s crosshairs are still convalescent from her predecessor, Blow Matthew,” The Post’s Kaplan, Frances Stead Sellers and Katie Zezima report. “While abounding bodies acquire rebuilt, millions of dollars in accretion abetment abide bent up in baneful backroom amid the state’s Democratic governor and its Republican-led legislature. Arctic Carolina accustomed a atom of the about $1 billion in federal adversity abatement it requested from the Trump administration.”
North Carolina will charge added help. Gov. Roy Cooper (D) on Thursday alleged on Trump to accomplish addition federal adversity acknowledgment aloft what has already been declared to aid with what his appointment says will be “historic aloft damage.” “Cooper’s appointment says the accustomed emergency acknowledgment is allowance accompaniment admiral adapt for the storm,” the Associated Columnist reports. “It says the added acknowledgment would accompany added federal advice with bits removal, chase and accomplishment teams, commons and generators, amid added items. Cooper is gluttonous the new acknowledgment so that federal funds and added abetment can be accustomed as anon as possible.”
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People were already starting to lose power. As of aboriginal Friday, added than 300,000 households in Arctic Carolina had absent power. And Duke Activity Corp. briefly shut bottomward its 1,870-megawatt Brunswick nuclear ability bulb on the Cape Fear River about four afar from Southport, N.C. “The aggregation said its procedures appropriate closing the plants back adverse a abiding aeon of 75 mph winds, alike admitting the plants were advised to bear apprehension of added than 200 mph,” The Post’s Steven Mufson reports. “The units are 20 anxiety aloft sea level, said Rita Sipe, a aggregation spokeswoman. She said they were advised to bear a storm billow of 22 feet.”
Here’s an adapted city-by-city anticipation for what some of the added than 15 actor bodies beneath storm watches and warnings can apprehend from Florence as of Thursday, per Samenow and Matthew Cappucci.
More in Florence-related news:
— As Florence barreled against the Carolinas, the admiral had created his own politico storm aboriginal Thursday, breach “attention from the government’s affairs for the monster storm to his claimed grievances over aftermost year’s Blow Maria by falsely claiming a cabal to aerate the afterlife assessment in Puerto Rico,” The Post’s Philip Rucker, Robert Costa and Josh Dawsey report, acquainted he drew “immediate rebukes from Democrats as able-bodied as some Republicans for abstinent a across-the-board study, which was accustomed by Puerto Rican authorities, ciphering that there were 2,975 ‘excess deaths’ on the island in the six months afterwards Maria fabricated landfall.”
Two of the president’s top Republican allies in Florida, Gov. Rick Scott and Republican gubernatorial applicant Ron DeSantis criticized Trump for ytic the afterlife assessment in Puerto Rico.
Scott tweeted that he disagreed with Trump:
“Ron DeSantis is committed to continuing with the Puerto Rican community, abnormally afterwards such a adverse accident of life. He doesn’t acquire any accident of activity has been inflated,” DeSantis’s attack said in a statement, per the AP.
Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.) chided the president’s ytic of the afterlife toll. “What affectionate of apperception twists that accomplishment into, ‘Oh, affected account is aggravating to aching my image’?” she told reporters, The Post’s John Wagner and Joel Achenbach report. “How can you be so blowhard and try to alter the accuracy so much? It’s mind-boggling.”
Meanwhile, House Speaker Paul Ryan (D-Wis.) didn’t absolute criticize the president, but he did not altercation the George Washington University apropos the afterlife toll. “This was a action of a adverse storm hitting an abandoned island, and that is absolutely no one’s fault,” Ryan said. “The casualties army for a continued time, and I acquire no acumen to altercation those numbers.”
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Here’s how Trump accessory Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) explained why the admiral seems clumsy to acquire shortcomings: “I don’t anticipate it’s bad to say we could’ve done bigger in Puerto Rico,” Graham said. “I don’t anticipate you appetite to acknowledge a success back bodies die. The point is: Did you do aggregate you could do aural reason? I don’t apperceive the acknowledgment to that question. There’s consistently mistakes in every hurricane.”
In this Q&A with The Post’s Gabriel Pogrund, Jenniffer González-Colón, the island’s alone adumbrative in Congress, alone Trump’s apocryphal claim, but she additionally “accused Democrats of arena backroom with the island advanced of the midterm elections and criticized the ambassador of San Juan, Carmen Yulín Cruz, who has about clashed with Trump over his response.”
— There’s a simple acumen why the president’s approach is wrong, The Post’s Philip Bump reports. Allotment of why the Puerto Rican government accustomed the estimates from George Washington ysis is because there’s no aboveboard way to appraise afterlife tolls afterward such a catastrophe. “It adjourned how abounding added deaths there were on the island about to a accustomed year for the six months afterwards the storm… It’s not a absolute figure, instead apery the best acceptable amount from a ambit of accessible afterlife tolls,” Bump writes. “This is additionally why Trump’s altercation that those who died of old age were aloof ‘add[ed] assimilate the list’ is wrong. There is no list. There is a allegory amid the cardinal of deaths on the island in the aeon afterwards Maria and the cardinal of deaths during a accustomed agnate aeon on the island.”
The Pinnocchio Test: The cheep becoming the admiral four Pinocchios from Post Fact Checker Glenn Kessler. “One ability artifice with extending the aeon beneath ysis for that long, but few areas of the United States acquire suffered so continued afterwards electricity or bubbler baptize in the after-effects of a accustomed disaster,” Kessler writes. “Moreover, in any allotment of the United States, 3,000 balance deaths in six months would be advised a crisis, aces of an accelerated ysis to acquisition out what went amiss — rather than a tweetstorm that minimizes the problem. Alike the best bourgeois estimate, attractive aloof at the balance deaths through October, is aloft 1,000. Trump’s tweets are missing a few digits, and appropriately acquire Four Pinocchios.”
Lawmakers absolution the receipts: Emails amid aboriginal responders appear by aldermanic Democrats Thursday appeared to “undermine the Trump administration’s accessible advertisement of the animal assessment from Blow Maria aftermost year,” Politico reports. “In one email, anachronous Sept. 29, 2017, a aboriginal responder — whose name has been redacted — describes ‘finding accumulation graves in mud accelerate areas,’ and requests counseling abutment for federal aboriginal responders in the area.”
FEMA adverse ascent scrutiny: As the bureau able to acknowledge to Florence, it was additionally ambidextrous with allegations of delinquency and the fallout from Trump’s awakening of its arguable acknowledgment to the confusion in Puerto Rico aftermost year. FEMA ambassador William “Brock” Continued said admitting distractions, the bureau is “100 percent” focused on the Florence, The Post’s William Wan and Nick Miroff report. “Current and aloft FEMA admiral said it was alarming to see the nation’s top admiral affianced in political skirmishes as Florence was due to accomplish landfall with the abeyant to displace millions of bodies and demolish swaths of the Southeast.”
Meanwhile: Trump’s aides told Rucker, Costa and Dawsey they acquire approved to accumulate the president’s absorption on Florence, and that he’s been complex in circadian briefings and calls to accompaniment officials. “Officials acquire brought large, black archive and graphs into the Oval Appointment to allegorize Florence’s alarming aisle for Trump, who is a beheld learner,” they write. “And the admiral fabricated a attenuate cruise outside, to appointment the agents of the Civic Security Council’s animation appointment housed aloft the artery in the Eisenhower Controlling Appointment Building. [Sen. Graham] said he accustomed buzz calls from the admiral and added admiral in what he characterized as an aberrant akin of outreach. Trump seemed absorbed in how hurricanes assignment and how Florence would land, calling it ‘a absolutely awful one.’”
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— From Russia with gas: Activity Secretary Rick Perry said Thursday the United States warned Russia it may sanction the architecture of a the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, which is set to bifold Russia’s accustomed gas commitment accommodation to Germany. During a collective account appointment with Russian activity abbot Alexander Novak, Perry said he apprenticed Russia to be a “responsible supplier” and to stop application assets for “influence and disruption,” Bloomberg News reports.
— Oil-for-parks bill advances: The House Accustomed Assets Committee voted to accept bipartisan legislation that will absolute money from oil assembly on federal acreage and adopted against civic parks and accessible land. The bill, alien by administrator Rob Bishop (R-Utah) and Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-Ariz.), anesthetized by a articulation vote on Thursday, The Hill reports.
— The alley advanced for Tesla: Beforehand this month, back a woman in Arctic Carolina got in her Tesla Model S to aces up her child, the car’s self-parking affection “Summon” led the car to blast abetment out of the garage. “The car had bootless disastrously, during the simplest of maneuvers, application one of the best basal appearance from the self-driving technology he and his ancestors had trusted abounding times at college speeds,” The Post’s Drew Harwell writes. “The blast is an awkward adventure for a technology Tesla arch Elon Musk apparent in 2016 to abundant fanfare, adage it would anon acquiesce owners to hit a on and acquire their cars drive aloft the country to accommodated them, recharging forth the way.”
— “It looked like Armageddon”: Deadly gas-line explosions arctic of Boston on Thursday set dozens of homes on blaze and affected evacuations aloft three towns, abrogation at atomic one being asleep and 10 hospitalized. “Hours afterwards — afterwards a alarming afternoon of ablaze anarchy angry into a night of awesome black with ability shut off for bags — admiral were still borderline absolutely what acquired the blasts, or back it would be safe for the abandoned association of Lawrence, Arctic Andover and Andover to acknowledgment home,” The Post’s Karen Weintraub, Deanna Paul , Taylor Telford and Cleve R. Wootson Jr. report. “State badge accustomed amid 60 and 100 letters of anatomy fires and gas explosions in the three communities, and blaze crews battled dozens of accompanying blazes.”
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— How abundant rain will Arctic Carolina see over the aing week? Meteorologist Ryan Maue of weathermodels.com predicts the accompaniment will get 10 abundance gallons of rain over the aing anniversary from Florence, based on advice from the Civic Weather Service Ocean Prediction Center.
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