By John McAfeeIn the wake of Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton, the issue of climate change is once again at the forefront of the Democratic party.
This is particularly true for Jill Biden, who is the former Vice President of the United States and one of the leading voices on climate change in the Democratic Party.
The new US president has been a major champion of environmental and climate issues.
But how do we counter this message of a president who has vowed to repeal the Affordable Care Act and who has a record of taking steps to undermine environmental protections?
This article aims to highlight the major climate and environmental policy areas where Biden will focus on her administration.
As President, the first thing you will notice is her commitment to the environment.
She has pledged to implement the Paris Climate Agreement.
She is a big proponent of the Clean Power Plan, a new rule to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
And she has promised to “protect every American’s home and work” from climate change.
Biden is also a strong advocate of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal.
It will expand the US’s trade with eleven Pacific Rim countries, including Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.
She wants to increase the amount of carbon dioxide from the production of energy from the United State.
But that’s not all.
Biden is also committed to reducing the US reliance on foreign fossil fuels.
She will work with the administration to promote a “Clean Energy Revolution”.
This includes a commitment to reduce the use of coal in the US and promote energy efficiency and renewable energy.
This strategy will also include an expansion of clean energy research and development.
While it may not seem like much, it is a very significant step towards achieving the Biden administration’s goals.
In addition to this, the new President also plans to increase US investment in research and exploration of alternative energy sources.
And the new US secretary of energy, who will head the US Department of Energy, has promised the development of a clean energy “super-fund”.
These and other policy areas will be the focus of the new administration’s climate and energy policy.
But before tackling the policy areas, it would be helpful to understand the role of Jill Biden in the development and implementation of climate and environment policy.
Jill Biden’s Climate and Energy PolicyAs a Vice President, Biden was in charge of a huge portfolio of energy issues.
Her first year in office, she was the first vice president to take a climate change policy stance.
She also took on the issue in her first inaugural address.
While her speech focused on the importance of protecting America’s natural resources and climate, she also talked about the “burden of climate” that will be placed on our future generations.
In fact, Biden stated:There have been many, many other policies that have been put forth and implemented by the President and his administration that have the potential to help the American people.
But, what really stands out to me, as a woman, and I have spoken about this to many, is that the President’s climate agenda has not only been a continuation of President Obama’s environmental legacy, it has also been an opportunity to actually help American families, American workers, and American communities achieve economic prosperity.
Climate and energy policies have been the focus in Biden’s first term.
But she has not been the only one.
The Trump administration has also taken on climate issues, including its Clean Power Act, its Clean Air Act, and its carbon tax.
These policies will continue to impact American families and businesses, but the focus will shift towards energy production.
The Clean Power plan, which was signed into law in December 2017, will increase the use and production of renewable energy sources, and has also led to a reduction in coal consumption.
The Clean Power and Clean Air Acts also had a direct impact on the use, production, and consumption of fossil fuels in the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates.
They have resulted in a massive decline in greenhouse gas pollution and carbon dioxide emissions.
The Green New Deal, which Biden is proposing to implement, will also help the US transition to a more renewable energy economy.
This plan will help reduce US dependence on foreign oil, and increase the production and use of energy-producing renewable sources such as solar, wind, geothermal, and hydroelectric power.
In addition, the president has also proposed the Keystone XL Pipeline, which would move crude oil from Canada to refineries in the Gulf Coast states.
This pipeline has already received an environmental review from the State Department and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
The pipeline has also received the support of the Department of Transportation.
But this pipeline will be much more than just a pipeline.
The president has stated that it will also reduce US reliance upon fossil fuels, including coal.
He has also promised to create a new pipeline to transport crude oil across the Mexican border.
It is important to understand that these actions are not the only environmental policies