This is the second time the White House has pushed back the meeting to discuss the future of the USA involvement in the agreement, which secured backing of 195 nations in 2015, again citing difficulties coordinating travel schedules with various advisers.
Conservative groups largely oppose staying in the Paris Agreement, arguing it could derail Donald Trump's effort to cut back Obama-era climate policies. Several coal companies, including St. Louis-based Peabody Energy, have made a surprising request that the USA remain a signatory to the Paris Agreement on reducing greenhouse gases.
"Climate change presents both business risks and business opportunities", the companies told Trump.
But Trump spokesman Sean Spicer said this week the president will wait until after a Group of Seven summit later this month to decide whether to withdraw.
Tiffany & Co., a neighbor to N.Y.C.'s Trump Tower and the president's youngest daughter's namesake, is speaking out on the issue, urging Trump to remain in the Paris Agreement.
A new Chicago government website has posted climate change information and data that the Trump Administration removed from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)'s website.
The document noted the importance of reducing soot and methane emissions and said climate change is the most serious threat to Arctic biodiversity.
The core of the Paris deal was an agreement between Chinese President Xi Jinping and then United States president Barack Obama.
Analysis by the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics and Political Science shows that 14 new laws and 33 new executive policies related to climate change have been introduced since the Paris summit in December 2015.
During his presidency - especially during his second term, in the lead up to and months following the 21st United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Paris - Obama made climate change a central issue of his administration.
"There is an added bonus to acting on climate change because our current food system is, in fact, a significant contributor to climate change", Obama said during his speech in Milan. While the Paris Agreement encourages parties to increase ambition over time, it does not prohibit the reverse.
President Donald Trump might be this close to fulfilling a huge campaign promise - but it doesn't seem to be something most voters want.
The United States and China have to lead the way in the fight against climate change, former U.S. president Barack Obama said Tuesday.
The White House official did not say when the meeting would be rescheduled.
Susan Biniaz, the U.S. state department's former top climate change lawyer, has been appointed a senior fellow at the UN Foundation.
More than 40 "free market" groups expressed their "enthusiastic support" for fully withdrawing the US from the Paris treaty and stopping all USA taxpayer funding of United Nations-related global warming programs. It's unlikely the USA will even come close to meeting this goal if the Trump administration successfully rolls back Obama-era policies.
Mr Bannon and Mr Pruitt are said to be among those arguing for a tough line, rejecting global agreements they believe tie the hands of U.S. industry.