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Biden’s Declaring “Climate Emergency” : Stunning Election Power Grab

Biden Likely To Declare A National Climate Emergency Before Elections
Biden Likely To Declare A National Climate Emergency Before Elections
Biden Mulls Declaring ‘Climate Emergency’ in Stunning Election Year Power Grab.

By John Livingston
April 19, 2024
The Biden federal government is considering starting an “environment emergency” in order to activate federal powers, enabling it to squash the oil and gas
industry. Bloomberg sources say the powers “could be used to cut unrefined exports, suspend offshore drilling and curb greenhouse gas emissions,” helping the routine meet environment targets at the expense
Biden TO Declare National Climate Emergency In Election Power Grab

. Some of Biden’s advisors think declaring an environmental emergency would “galvanize climate-minded citizens” in time for the governmental election in November.

White House authorities are weighing whether to state a national climate emergency a number of months out of the 2024 election, individuals acquainted with the matter told Bloomberg.

President Joe Biden’s leading consultants have actually returned to conversations about stating such a nationwide climate emergency, though those in discussion appear to be divided on the move, the sources told Bloomberg. While the relocation, the sources state, would stunt offshore drilling and curb greenhouse gas emissions, others believe the move would help stimulate youth voters, especially those with a concentrate on environment, Bloomberg reported. (RELATED: Biden Reportedly Plans To Go Full Steam Ahead With Same Strategy Despite Disastrous Polling)

” President Biden has actually treated the climate crisis as an emergency situation since the first day and will continue to construct a clean energy future that decreases energy costs, produces good-paying union jobs, makes our economy the envy of the world and prioritizes neighborhoods that for too long have actually been left behind,” White House spokesperson Angelo Fernandez Hernandez told the outlet while not commenting straight on the reported discussions.

United States President Joe Biden speaks at the Action on Forests and Land Use session, throughout the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in the Scottish city of Glasgow on November 2, 2021.– World leaders fulfilling at the COP26 environment summit in Glasgow will issue a multibillion-dollar pledge to end deforestation by 2030 but that date is too far-off for campaigners who desire action faster to save the planet’s lungs. (Photo by ERIN SCHAFF/POOL/AFP by means of Getty Images)

U.S. Climate Adviser John Kerry (R) changes his headphones next to U.S. President Joe Biden (L) as they
participate in a conference concentrated on action and solidarity at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, on November 1, 2021.– COP26, running from October 31 to November 12, 2021 in Glasgow, will be the biggest environment conference considering that the 2015 Paris summit and is viewed as important in setting around the world emission targets to slow worldwide warming, along with tightening other key dedications. (Photo by KEVIN LAMARQUE/POOL/AFP through Getty Images)

U.S. President Joe Biden resolved the UNFCCC COP27 environment conference on November 11, 2022 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. The conference, which runs from November 6 to 18, has actually collected politicians and delegates from 190 countries to take part in discussions on various climate concerns such as adapting to climate modification, financial support for environment efforts, decreasing carbon emissions, agricultural practices, and maintaining biodiversity.

The decision, Bloomberg notes, has not been made and such conversations could carry on for as long as numerous years. The president’s administration formerly thought about a similar measure in 2022 once settlements over clean-energy legislation stopped working, Bloomberg reported. Biden likewise said he had actually declared a climate emergency in 2023 when he executed “conservation policies,” the outlet reported.

On November 14, 2023, President Joe Biden addressed an environment event at the White House complex in Washington, D.C. During his speech, he discussed his administration’s initiatives to fight the global climate crisis and the findings of the Fifth National Climate Assessment. (Image credit: Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Before the 2024 election, taking such action could assist Biden in gaining support from young voters, especially as he is presently behind in prospective matches with former President Donald Trump, according to Bloomberg.

According to Bloomberg, youth climate activist networks such as The Sunrise Movement, Fridays For Future USA, and the Campus Climate Network are arranging demonstrations around Earth Day to advise the president to officially acknowledge a climate crisis.

Aru Shiney-Ajay, the executive director of the Sunrise Movement, stated to the media that in order for Biden to protect the support of young voters, he needs to execute strong steps to deal with climate change.

At the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, a group of prominent leaders gathered for the Action on Forests and Land Use session. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, President of Congo Felix Tshisekedi, and President Joe Biden were among the leaders who appeared together before their speeches. Though their presence was a promising sight, environmental activists are eager for swifter action to protect the planet’s lungs, as the pledge made by world leaders to end deforestation by 2030 seems too distant. (Photo by ERIN SCHAFF/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

WASHINGTON, DC– APRIL 20: (L-R) U.S. President Joe Biden and Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry participate in a virtual meeting of the Major Economies Forum (MEF) on Energy and Climate in the South Court Auditorium on the White House campus April 20, 2023 in Washington, DC. Countries that make up the MEF are responsible for roughly 80 percent of both global gross domestic product (GDP) and greenhouse gas emissions. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

In New York City on September 21, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and U.S. climate envoy John Kerry were seen seated together in the second row as they listened to President Joe Biden address the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UN) at U.N. headquarters. This year marks a return to in-person attendance for the General Assembly, with 157 heads of state and government representatives expected to be present after two years of virtual or hybrid sessions.

According to Politico Playbook, Biden is ahead of Trump in the youth voter demographic, but the gap is not significant enough to ensure the president’s reelection. A recent poll by Harvard’s Institute of Politics found Biden is leading the former president among registered voters under 30 years old, with 50% supporting Biden and 37% supporting Trump.

” For a Democrat to comfortably win the Electoral College, he or she needs to win 60 percent of the youth vote. Biden and Obama, ’12 and ’20, won 60 percent. Obama got 66 percent in ’08. [John] Kerry and Hillary Clinton got 55 percent,” John Della Volpe, director of polling at Harvard Kennedy School Institute of Politics, told Politico Playbook. “Biden is in the mid-50s. Can you improve that to get to 60 percent? It’s within reach. But he’s going to have to get younger men and young men of color, younger men who are white, younger men in the suburbs and their urban areas to turn out.”.
” President Biden has treated the climate crisis as an emergency since day one and will continue to build a clean energy future that lowers utility bills, creates good-paying union jobs, makes our economy the envy of the world and prioritizes communities that for too long have been left behind,” commented White House spokesman Angelo Fernandez Hernandez, declining to specifically confirm or deny the reports of a possible emergency declaration.U.S. Presidents have invoked emergency powers in the past, with Donald Trump using an emergency declaration to authorize the use of military resources to secure the southern border, for example. Invoking them to tackle climate change has never been done before, however.Crude oil prices are already rising significantly due to factors such as Biden’s anti-production policies and the ongoing sanctions war with Russia.These rises are driving inflation and higher gas prices, with the cost to consumers up by an average of 24 cents per gallon to $3.63 over just the last