Many analysts and experts think that President-elect Joe Biden’s early cabinet-level appointments signal a change in how America is going to approach climate change. The former vice president has appointed John Kerry as his special presidential envoy on climate. It’s a brand-new position that’s the first ever to focus on climate and have a seat on the National Security Council.
The former senator will face challenges in trying to pass any climate-related legislation if Democrats aren’t able to take the Senate in January. The Green New Deal, championed by progressives, seems very unlikely to move forward. And if Republicans retain control, Biden could be limited to executive actions on climate.
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