United States Paris Agreement Plan
“A safer, safer, more prosperous and freer world.” In December 2015, this is the world that President Barack Obama imagined when he announced that the United States, along with nearly 200 other countries, had committed to the Paris Climate Agreement, an ambitious global action plan to combat climate change. Support for this move and opposition have been reported under Trump`s cabinet and advisers: Energy Secretary Rick Perry, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Economic Adviser Gary Cohn and Adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner would have wanted the US to stick to the deal, while the White House adviser, Steve Bannon, White House adviser Don McGahn and EPO administrator Scott Pruitt wanted the US to abandon him.  Biden`s promise to return to the deal indicates that climate change will be an important issue during his presidency. It has already put in place an ambitious plan to combat US emissions and the return to the Paris Agreement is one of its many steps. It`s a simple step: as soon as Biden sends a letter to the United Nations declaring his intention to return to the country, the United States can officially return after 30 days; It does not need the support of the Senate. The biggest challenge will be to implement a policy to get the country on track to reduce emissions after four years lost by a pro-fossil agenda. One after another, we are delivering on the promises I made to the American people during my presidential campaign, whether it be to reduce job-destroying rules; Appointment and confirmation of a senior Supreme Court judge; the introduction of new strict ethical rules; achieve a record reduction in illegal immigration at our southern border; or to bring jobs, factories and factories back to the United States, to figures that no one would have thought possible until that date. And believe me, we`re just getting started. The fruits of our labour will soon be even more numerous. Joe Biden became president-elect after the November 2020 election and defeated Trump. As part of his transition plan, Biden announced that one of his first steps on his first day in office would be to push the United States back to the Paris agreement. .