Joe Biden's Clean Climate Policy-Part 2
Let’s discuss Biden’s Climate Policy in detail :
Joe Biden has been working on the Climate issue for more than three decades. He wrote one of the first climate change bills in the United States Senate. Even as the Vice President of the United States, Joe Biden supervised the single largest clean-energy investment of over $90 Billion, the nation has ever seen. Biden also worked with President Obama to double the efficiency of the cars which would reduce the oil consumption by 12 Billion barrels. With years of experience, Joe Biden presents his plan for Climate change.
Joe Biden claims that Donald Trump is actively working to roll back all the progress that has been made with regards to the Climate in the USA by coming out of the Paris Agreement which is reckless and unacceptable.
With his Clean Energy Revolution - they plan to invest $1.7 Trillion in securing the future of the USA.
This plan outlines what exactly needs to be done to meet the challenge head-on.
Biden’s plan aims to make the United States 100% clean-energy economy with net-zero emissions by the year 2050.
Biden claims to re-join the Paris Climate Agreement on his first day of office as the President of the United States.
By the end of his first term, they will build enforcement mechanisms to make sure to stay on track and achieve the goal.
As a part of this plan, Biden’s government is going to make record-breaking breaking investments in research and development of zero-carbon technologies.
By developing these mechanisms, America will be the engine of the world’s clean energy economy.
The research and development of this process will lead to exporting cutting-edge types of equipment that are “Made in the USA” to other countries to help them reduce emission rates.
Joe Biden is very confident that his initiative will create more than 10 Million new good-paying jobs across the clean economy of the United States.
The United States only accounts for 15% of global carbon emissions. Joe Biden explains that other countries across the world also needs to step up and should follow the same and to excel; they require American leadership.
Not only America, but other countries should also accelerate the efforts worldwide with diplomatic commitments going beyond the initial targets.
Dr. Dhillon Randeep