The Biden Administration has made it clear that tackling climate change is a top priority. In his first days in office, President Joe Biden has taken a number of steps to address the climate crisis, from rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement to creating a new White House Office of Domestic Climate Policy.
The Biden Administration has also proposed a $2 trillion infrastructure plan that includes investments in clean energy, electric vehicles, and green jobs. The plan also calls for the elimination of fossil fuel subsidies and the establishment of a national clean energy standard.
The Biden Administration has also taken steps to protect public lands and waters from the impacts of climate change. The Administration has proposed a 30×30 plan, which would protect 30% of the nation’s lands and waters by 2030. This plan would help protect vulnerable ecosystems and species, while also helping to reduce carbon emissions.
The Biden Administration has also proposed a number of other measures to reduce emissions and combat climate change. These include setting new fuel economy standards for cars and trucks, investing in renewable energy sources, and creating a carbon pricing system.
The Biden Administration has also taken steps to ensure that the United States is a leader in the global fight against climate change. The Administration has committed to doubling the nation’s investment in climate research and development, and has proposed a $1.7 trillion investment in clean energy and climate resilience.
The Biden Administration’s commitment to tackling climate change is a welcome change from the previous administration. With the right policies and investments, the United States can lead the world in the fight against climate change and create a more sustainable future for all.