Trump has been pushing the administration to protect the environment in the wake of the virus.
He has also said he wants to increase the US withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement and is calling for a $1 trillion infrastructure plan.
But while Trump has taken to tweeting about climate change, climate science has been an issue for decades.
That’s what scientists and scientists say is the main reason why the US has a far more damaging climate than any other nation on Earth.
Scientists say a combination of warming temperatures and the emissions of greenhouse gases, like carbon dioxide and methane, is forcing the Earth to become more acidic.
The US has experienced an acidification event in recent decades, and a recent report from the US Geological Survey found that it is already at a record-high level.
Experts have said it’s already affecting crops and other plant species, including trees and animals, and could cause more severe damage to coastal communities.
Trump has called climate change a hoax perpetrated by the Chinese, but scientists say that’s not entirely accurate.
Many scientists agree that human activity is having a big role in climate change.
“We know climate change is happening, and we have a pretty good idea what’s causing it,” said Jason Boxer, a professor at the University of Michigan.
“But we don’t know the specific mechanisms.”
Scientists disagree on whether the US can reduce its carbon emissions to limit global warming, Boxer said.
“I think we have to work on the carbon budget, and if we can’t do that, I think we can have a climate system that’s very healthy for us and the planet,” he said.
Boxer also thinks the Trump administration needs to do more to support research into alternative energy sources, like solar and wind power, which are cheaper and more reliable than coal.
President Trump’s administration has been working to expand offshore wind farms and other offshore wind development, but some scientists have warned it could have a detrimental impact on the marine environment.
On Friday, the US Supreme Court issued a temporary restraining order against Trump’s plan to build the Keystone XL pipeline, a project that would have provided an export route to Canada.
That order came after Trump announced his decision to withdraw from the international climate accord.
Environmentalists, however, have pushed for the Trump government to continue to take a hard line on climate change and to push for a ban on fracking, a process of extracting natural gas from shale rock in the US.