Trump's withdrawal from the climate agreement disappointed many US companies, regardless of President's statement that withdrawal would prevent an economic crisis and protect American jobs. Critics of his decisions come from companies such as Facebook, Apple, Ford, and Microsoft.

Bloomberg promised to donate to the UN

Director of Tesla Elon Musk and Walt Disney's Robert Igre have said they will leave Trump's Advisory Council because of president's decision. In an interview on Thursday, chairman of the World Charity Coalition Benjamin Sporton said his feelings were mixed, adding that he wanted to see American politics in the action, which actively promotes coal in the global energy mix.

"What we really want to see if the president wants to join back in the deal to incorporate a change in the deal and recognize the role of all energy sources, including coal," Sporton said.

The US Institute of Oil has published a statement saying it has never issued an official position on the Paris Accords, and its members like Exxon Mobil and ConocoPhillipsa publicly supported it.

US billionaire Michael Bloomberg has promised $ 15 million to support UN efforts against climate change, after Trump's decision. The goal is to support the operations of the UN Climate Convent Secretariatriat, "among others, to help countries fulfill their obligations under the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement," Bloomberg Philanthropies Foundation published on a Thursday evening.

"Americans are not withdrawing from the Paris Climate Agreement," Bloomberg said. "Exactly the opposite, let's go even further."

Some US states have already taken some measures

The Governors of the US Federal states and the Mayors reacted very quickly after President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement and said they would jointly show the international community that the United States is committed to reducing the harmful gas.

Analysts note that some US states have already taken certain moves earlier, for example, California is trying to get 100 percent of the electricity from renewable sources, and Oregon is working on carbon-charging measures. Some northeastern states also work to reduce the carbon license. "There is a way in which the rest of America, in response to President Trump's embarrassing decision, could take the necessary steps," California Governor Jerry Brown said.

The California Governor has already said he will seek his special "international" climate change agreement with China. He has already announced that he will contend with Donald Trump if he makes the decision he has made yesterday. He also said Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris Accord was crazy. He added that his administration will be fighting nationalism because the denial of climate change is contrary to the survival of our world.