NY Times Is Upset That Biden Over-promised And Under-produced On Climate Crisis (scam)

The NY Times could stop using fossil fueled transportation to gather the news, turn their heat down to 60 and their AC up to 80, and a whole host of things to reduce their “carbon footprint” voluntarily, as could the rest of the climate cultists. Rather hard to believe there’s a crisis when Biden is still jetting around and taking huge convoys of fossil fueled vehicles (you can read it at Yahoo if the Times paywall’s you)

Biden ‘Overpromised and Underdelivered’ on Climate. Now, Trouble Looms in 2022.

As the new year opens, President Joe Biden faces an increasingly narrow path to fulfill his ambitious goal of slashing the greenhouse gases generated by the United States that are helping to warm the planet to dangerous levels.

His Build Back Better Act, which contains $555 billion in proposed climate action, is in limbo on Capitol Hill. The Supreme Court is set to hear a pivotal case in February that could significantly restrict his authority to regulate the carbon dioxide that spews from power plants and is driving climate change. And the midterm elections loom in November, threatening his party’s control of Congress. Since Republicans have shown little appetite for climate action, a Republican takeover of one or both chambers could freeze movement for years.

The mounting challenges make the next few months critical to secure the safety of the planet as well as Biden’s climate legacy, analysts said.

He could have demanded that the climate portions of the authoritarian, Big Government BBB bill were stripped out and voted on separately.

At international climate talks in Glasgow, Scotland, last year, Biden pledged that the United States, the world’s biggest polluter in historical terms, would cut its emissions at least 50% below 2005 levels by the end of this decade. He urged other countries to take similar steps. But that will be a hard sell if the United States fails to act by the time countries gather for the next climate talks in Egypt in November.

“If you can’t meet the goal, you’ve lost credibility internationally,” Podesta said, adding that he would grade Biden’s first year on climate policy as “an incomplete.”

It won’t. Because this is Someone Else’s goals, and Biden was elected because he Wasn’t Trump, not for his agenda. Once again, people are enthused about Doing Something about anthropogenic global warming in theory, but, not in practice. The thing is, he and Congress could look towards measures which satisfy both sides. Increase research and development of alternatives, making wind, solar, and others more effective. Authorize the next generation of nuclear power plants. Incentivize hybrids and EVs. And more. All without slapping restrictions on citizens, without raising the cost of living and the cost of energy.

“Objectively, he overpromised and underdelivered,” said Kevin Book, managing director of ClearView Energy Partners, a Washington-based research firm.

Biden barely does any work, he’s barely around, he doesn’t seem to know what’s going on, and he doesn’t answer questions.

‘Occupy Biden’ forms weeklong camp near Delaware residence, demands president declare ‘climate emergency’

Protesters with a group called “Occupy Biden” have spent the past week in President Biden’s Delaware neighborhood calling on him to declare a “national climate emergency.”

According to a description for the protest, which took place near President Biden’s residence in Delaware, the group said that “nonviolent action” is needed in order to push President Biden towards making changes to his climate policy.

On Saturday, the final day of the group’s protest, individuals protested on a road near the president’s house while members of the Secret Service were nearby monitoring the group.

I’ve actually been sitting on this piece for a few days, it dovetailed well with the first piece, and I’m still seeing almost no news outlet cover it. You know if they were protesting Trump every national outlet would be all over it. They were there from the 25th thru the January 1st. Have you heard of this?

“I actually read our letter of demands to the Secret Service because they refused to take our letter,” Igou said. “Again we have two demands: that he declare a national climate emergency and pledge no new fossil fuel projects. He himself has stated that we are in a code red existential crisis but returned from cop 26 to open up more land for drilling. This is unacceptable And [sic] incongruent with life on earth.”

I wonder how they all got to the protest: fossil fueled travel or riding bikes?

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4 Responses to “NY Times Is Upset That Biden Over-promised And Under-produced On Climate Crisis (scam)”

  1. Dana says:

    Lisa Friedman wrote:

    Since Republicans have shown little appetite for climate action, a Republican takeover of one or both chambers could freeze movement for years.

    She wrote this as though it’s a bad thing! I think it a very good thing.

    I have absolutely no problem with Russia, China, Europe, etc, enacting all sorts of climate regulations, just as long as Congress doesn’t act to impoverish Americans.

  2. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    The right-wing anti-science mob should be pleased that President Biden has underdelivered on global warming. No?

    Mr Biden is more moderate than the radical left OR the reactionary right.

  3. st says:

    Clueless Liberals blame PRIVATE CITIZEN Glenn Youngkin for the I-95 traffic fiasco following Sunday’s blizzard


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