In accordance with Article 28 of the Paris Agreement, the United States was only able to submit its Memorandum of Understanding on resignation on 4 November 2019, three years after the agreement entered into force, when it will enter into force one year later.  Until the withdrawal is effective, the United States may be required to comply with its obligations under the agreement, including the obligation to continue reporting its emissions to the UN.   According to a memo received by HuffPost, which is believed to have been written by the U.S. State Department`s Legal Department, “any attempts to withdraw from the Paris Agreement outside of the withdrawal provisions described above would be inconsistent with international law and would not be accepted internationally.”   “There have always been variations in speed when the global economy has turned away from oil, gas and coal – but the general direction is clear. Contribute to a global fund to help smaller and poorer countries, which bear disproportionate costs of climate change. The U.S. initially pledged $3 billion to help these nations switch from fossil fuels and adapt to a warmer earth — the largest amount of any country, but far less than America`s fair share, given its cumulative carbon emissions. . .