Biden’s game-changing administrative actions for climate at COP27
With rising seas, fighting climate change is a participatory challenge of us against the elements. It is all hands-on deck reducing carbon emissions and increasing carbon drawdown.
President Biden stood by the Red Sea in Egypt on Nov. 11th before delegates from 197 nations at the UN Climate Conference COP27. With Congress hogtied on delivering on any climate change pledges because Republicans had taken a slim majority of the House of Representatives, Biden took command with administrative actions that would slow global warming to achieve the objective of 1.5 degrees C (2.7 degrees F) rise above preindustrial levels by 2030.