Biden’s Energy Policy Part 2: Waging War

Posted: February 5, 2021

In this week’s episode of the Periodical Podcast, your hosts Kevin and Tavis continue their journey with part two of a three three part series investigating President Joe Biden’s Energy Policy and his plan for a Clean Energy Revolution. This week we investigate how Joe Biden wasted no time putting the climate crisis back on the U.S. government agenda, proving to the world he meant business to become the “climate president”. With new executive orders detailing far-ranging plans to shift the U.S. away from fossil fuels in order to create millions of jobs in renewable energy while conserving vast swaths of public lands and water, the commander and chief finds himself at an impasse. Biden has taken office at an inflection point in U.S. energy policy, where fossil fuels still dominate transportation and electricity generation, even as they are starting to lose ground to both market forces and shifting public opinion. Now, even though the United States and the world face a profound climate crisis, Joe Biden needs to take his foot off the gas to implement small steps in order to tackle the climate crisis on a united front instead of waging war against fossil fuels.


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