World-renowned CEO, inventor and Elon Musk has decided to leave his on the Trump business advisory council. This comes after he defended his as advisor to U.S. President Donald Trump. His decision was prompted by Trump's on Friday that the U.S. will pull out of the Paris Agreement – the climate established to deal with greenhouse gas from 2020, signed by 195 countries. Mr Musk tweeted: "Climate change is . Leaving [the] Paris [Agreement] is not good for America or the world." Musk isn't the only figure to walk away from the advisory council. Disney CEO Bob Iger will also step down for reasons.
President Trump has campaigned in support of the coal and fuel industries. He believes that leaving the Paris Agreement will loosen business and promote . Advocates of Trump's decision believe leaving the agreement will help to revitalize the U.S. coal industry and bring back much-needed and revenue to a previously industry. World leaders condemned the U.S. withdrawal. France's president said: "There is no plan B on , because there is no planet B." With or without U.S. support, the world is on an trend towards cleaner energy. Leaving the Paris Agreement may be a blow to the USA's global influence and in environmental issues.