There has been a lot of talk on climate change already and agreements have been made in many big countries. At the same time, the President of America signed the order related to climate change.
Climate change has been a factor of national security for decades, with the role of rising temperatures in everything from mass exodus to civil war. Joe Biden has signed an order to make climate change an integral part of his foreign and national security policy. They believe that this will make it easier to deal with climate change.
The threat to US climate security was ordered to prepare a National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) on climate change. The NIE is to include 18 agencies including the Central Intelligence Agency and the Space Army. Rod Schoonover, former director of environment and natural resources at the National Intelligence Council, said this is nothing new.
US President Joe Biden said Wednesday that the challenges of climate change will be central to his national security and foreign policy. Biden signed several mandates on Wednesday to tackle this challenge. They have described these challenges as the biggest threat of this era.
Biden told reporters at the White House that the mandate I am signing today also makes it clear that climate change will be at the heart of our national security and foreign policy. Biden has nominated former Secretary of State John Kerry to be the President’s Special Envoy for matters related to climate change. The President said that with him, the world will know how serious I am about this.
He said that Kerry was instrumental in drafting the Paris Climate Agreement, in which his administration rejoined the very first day.He said that today’s mandate will help strengthen that commitment by working with other nations, most vulnerable to the effects of climate change and to enhance our collective resilience. Biden said that it also included a summit of world leaders that I would call on Earth Day this year to deal with the climate crisis.