We need to be united against/for climate change – Joe Biden
Newly elected US President Joe Biden has called on the nation to unite on climate change. “We have no time to waste,” he said, referring to climate change as an “extreme crisis”. Biden said he would apply to rejoin the Paris Agreement.
Biden introduced his administration’s climate and environmental advisers on Saturday, December 19, 2020. Biden is now in Wilmington, Delaware. He is busy selecting officials in the administration. He is scheduled to be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States on January 20, 2021.
Speaking to reporters, Biden described the burning of the country’s forests, seasonal storms, droughts, and floods. Biden called on the United States to work together to combat the coronavirus epidemic.
This time he spoke of working on climate issues with urgent priority.
Biden said he would apply to re-join the Paris Agreement. President Donald Trump has increased projects that are detrimental to the environment and climate balance, including increasing energy production in the country. Trump announced his decision to unilaterally withdraw from the Paris Agreement, which was signed by the international community to address climate change.
Former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm could join the Biden administration as energy minister, according to U.S. media reports. Michael Reagan, a black American, is being appointed head of the US Environmental Protection Agency.
Whites had a monopoly on the administration of US President Donald Trump. Joe Biden is bringing together people of all races and religions in his administration.
Biden is appointing a Native American for the first time as US Secretary of the Interior. Dave Holland, one of the most influential Native Americans, is being appointed Secretary of the Interior.
The Biden administration has the largest gathering of blacks in American history. He said a preliminary proposal had been made to include six black Americans in the cabinet.