Biden Apologizes to UN for Trump Leaving Paris Climate Accord

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President Joe Biden said the U.S. is ready to be a leader again in the fight against climate change, addressing a United Nations conference in Glasgow, Scotland, despite offering no new plans to step up his country’s ambitions and continued discord at home over his proposal to spend hundreds of billions advancing clean energy.

The Biden administration will “demonstrate to the world the United States is not only back at the table, hopefully leading by the power of our example,” the president said Monday in a speech to the summit. “I know it hasn’t been the case and that’s why my administration is working overtime to show that our climate commitment is action, not words.”

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-11-01/biden-says-world-has-decisive-decade-to-act-on-climate-change

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