Biden administration’s national security and foreign policy will give priority to climate change

New U.S. President Joe Biden signed a series of executive orders on the 27th local time to deal with climate change, including no longer approving new applications for fossil energy exploration. Some officials said the Biden administration has made climate change a priority in national security and foreign policy.

U.S. President Joe Biden signed a series of executive orders to deal with climate change on the 27th local time, including not approving new applications for fossil energy exploitation. (AP)

Biden asked all federal agencies to make plans to study how climate change affects social operation, and asked relevant departments to assist the public in obtaining relevant data and notices. Biden indicated that any decision made by his governance team and other government agencies will be based on the best available scientific data.

Some analysts pointed out that many policies of former president trump have brought hidden worries for environmental protection, so the Biden government chose to change this practice substantially, which is bound to trigger a strong rebound of energy enterprises.

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