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Monday, January 30, 2023

Joe Biden of Colorado: “We must make changes now to slow climate change”

US President Joe Biden said in Jefferson County on Tuesday that the United States can no longer wait for large investments in clean energy and combating climate change.

“Climate change is today, not next year or 10 years from now. We must make changes now to slow climate change, not in 10 years,” he visited the National Renewable Energy in Arvada, where the National Wind Energy Technology Center is located. Said in the comments after the laboratory park.

“We know what causes climate change: human activity. This is no longer a topic of debate. I can add that windmills do not cause cancer,” the Democratic president mocked his predecessor, former President Donald Trump. Nodding greetings.

Biden said that because of NREL’s research, the wind and battery technologies needed to reduce the impact of climate change are “not science fiction.” He added: “The extreme weather we see will only become more frequent and fierce.”

“In Denver, we will help Mayor (Michael) Hancock achieve his goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 80%,” Biden said, referring to the many well-known Democrats who greeted him on his first visit to the state on Tuesday. One of the presidents.

Governor Jared Polis, Representative Joe Neguse, Jason Crow and Ed Perlmutter, and some state legislative Democrats also attended NREL.

The U.S. Senate passed approximately $1 trillion in infrastructure bills last month, including $917 million for Colorado’s public transportation system and $57 million for expanding the state’s network of electric vehicle charging stations. The bill has not yet been voted on in the U.S. House of Representatives.

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