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The Major Hole In Biden And Kerry’s Green Scheme

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John Kerry, the US climate envoy, advocated for a global ban on new coal power plants and announced the US joining an alliance against coal-generated electricity.

However, China, a major coal plant builder, won’t be part of this alliance.

Critics argue that the Paris Agreement, which Kerry helped architect, unfairly benefits China and damages the US economy. (Trending: Dr. Fauci Says the Unthinkable About Going To Church)

According to the Washington Examiner, “When the Paris Agreement was signed in 2015, China was the world’s second-largest economy and largest carbon emitter.”

“Since then, China has added 233 gigawatts of coal-fired capacity — 27% more than the entire U.S. coal fleet. Last year alone, it permitted two coal plants each and every week,” the outlet explained.

They claim that China takes advantage of international frameworks to prioritize economic prosperity over climate change.

According to the report, “That’s why the Senate unanimously adopted an amendment instructing the administration to begin the process of removing China from the ranks of developing countries in the Montreal Protocol.”

“Shamefully, instead of pushing back against Chinese duplicity, the Biden administration has been busy undermining the all-of-the-above energy strategy that made America an energy superpower,” it continued.

Meanwhile, the Biden administration’s energy policies are criticized for raising prices and undermining US security.

There is a call for an energy policy promoting American abundance and ending China’s status as a developing country.

The administration is accused of shifting the US towards energy dependence on China, Russia, and OPEC.

China’s actions are seen as exploiting the administration’s climate efforts, and there are calls for non-negotiable consequences for China’s behavior.

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