President Biden recently spoke about the devastating effects of climate change during an interview on “The Daily Show.”
He emphasized the need to act on climate change to protect future generations, particularly the youth who have shown up to vote in the last two elections due to concerns over the environment.
The President highlighted how “Mother Nature” is angry with how humans have treated the earth, citing the increase in extreme weather and forest fires since he took office.
He also touted his plan to move towards electric vehicles, urging automakers to make the shift.
However, a leaked memo from the Biden administration revealed that the White House still plans to raise royalty fees for an oil and gas lease sale off the coast of Alaska as part of Biden’s climate change agenda.
President Biden believes that climate change poses a severe threat to our existence and that young people are particularly concerned about the issue.
The President emphasized the need to keep the temperature from going above 1.5 degrees Celsius to protect future generations.
Biden has urged automakers to make the shift towards electric vehicles and signed an executive order requiring half of all new auto sales in 2030 to be electric.
Despite this, the White House still plans to raise royalty fees for an oil and gas lease sale off the coast of Alaska as part of Biden’s climate change agenda. Republicans should take heed of the President’s warning and work towards a sustainable future for all.
The issue of climate change is one that affects us all, regardless of political affiliation. President Biden’s warning about the impact of climate change on future generations should be taken seriously by Republicans and Democrats alike.
It’s time to put aside political differences and work towards a sustainable future for all.
The President’s plan to move towards electric vehicles is a positive step, but more needs to be done to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and protect our environment.
It’s time for all of us to come together and take action on this critical issue.