United State’s involvement in Paris Agreement is top concern at the COP22 climate change conference

     US Secretary of State John Kerry , background right, and former Moroccan ambassador to the US Aziz Mekouar chair a major economies forum meeting, at the COP22 climate change conference in Marrakech, Wednesday, Nov 16, 2016. (Mark Ralston, Pool Photo via AP)

    US Secretary of State John Kerry , background right, and former Moroccan ambassador to the US Aziz Mekouar chair a major economies forum meeting, at the COP22 climate change conference in Marrakech, Wednesday, Nov 16, 2016. (Mark Ralston, Pool Photo via AP)

    Concerns about the United States’ involvement in combatting climate change are echoing worldwide as the United Nations conference on climate change continues through Friday.

    Some 200 nations are represented at the COP22 Climate Conference in Marrakesh, and that’s where we find State Impact Pennsylvania’s Susan Phillips. She joined Newsworks Tonight’s Dave Heller to discuss how climate change leaders are envisioning the future of the Paris Agreement.

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