Mother Jones reported that two Florida Republican congressman, Reps. Vern Buchanan and Carlos Curbelo, have expressed their desire for President Trump to stay in the Paris Accord. Yet their voting records on the environment are abysmal.

According to the League of Conservation Voters Buchanan had a 29% pro-environment score in 2016 and a lifetime score of 21%. Curbelo faired a bit better, with a 2016 score of 53% and a lifetime score of 38%.

According to The Guardian, Sen. John McCain also feels the US should uphold its commitment.

McCain remarked: “I would like to see us … either accept the agreements as were made by the Obama administration or suggest modifications which would make it palatable for us and acceptable to us to join…If we don’t address this issue, I am very much afraid about what the world is going to look like for our children and grandchildren.”

Yet, McCain’s League of Conservation Voters rating was 12% in 2016 with a lifetime score of 20%.

In the League of Conservation Voters Overview of The 2016 Scorecard they said, “a bit of positive news, 22 Republicans (14 in the House and eight in the Senate) scored over 25 percent this year, including three who scored 50 percent or higher, a significant increase from the past few Scorecards. By comparison, only six scored over 25 percent in 2015 and only four in 2014.”

Yes, three Republican lawmakers in the House or Senate – one being Curbelo – scored over 50% in 2016.

In July, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) and Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA-33) led a team of 19 Senators and 15 Representatives to speak about and present resolutions on their respective floors about climate change denial and to expose polluter-funded “Web of Denial” entities.

Targets in the “Web of Denial” were the Koch brothers, Exxon Mobil and Peabody Coal. Yet, Mother Jones reported, on Wednesday, that Exxon Mobil and Peabody Coal are encouraging Trump to remain in the Paris Accord.