Obama, Biden vow to fight climate change

In the coming months, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are set to announce an aggressive and ambitious plan to fight global warming, and they are also set to sign an executive order on climate change.

The president and vice president are expected to announce the first executive order of the president’s term on the issue in the coming days.

The White House has not yet released details on the executive order.

The administration will unveil the order on Wednesday in the Rose Garden at the White House.

“The administration will make the bold and aggressive moves necessary to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and protect our future,” said White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest on Tuesday.

“That’s why we’re committed to taking action now, and we’re confident the new administration will be as well.”

The president is scheduled to speak at the National Clean Air Summit in Atlanta on Wednesday afternoon.

The event is being organized by the American Chemistry Council, a nonprofit environmental group that promotes cleaner energy.

In a press release, the group said the event will include a discussion on climate science and policy.

“Climate change is real,” the group says in the press release.

“We must act now.

We must act to protect our planet, our economy, and our communities.”

The event also will feature the release of the administration’s first climate action plan.

The plan will outline the goals of the U.S. in its global warming strategy, outline steps to achieve that goal, and provide a path forward to meet the country’s goals.

“It’s not enough to say we have a climate strategy, it’s not what the president is going to do, it doesn’t tell us what we need to do,” said Josh Putnam, the executive director of Clean Energy Action.

“This is the first step in a plan for a plan.”

In addition to addressing climate change, the president and Vice president are also expected to push for more aggressive environmental regulation, according to a White House official.

“A new executive order will help ensure that every American has the opportunity to live up to their potential, including through the development of more clean, sustainable energy,” said Obama administration deputy press secretary Stephanie Grisham.

The new executive action will also create new tools to protect and enhance America’s clean energy industries, including creating new grants and loans for small businesses, and the administration will work with Congress to create new clean energy funding sources, according the White on Wednesday.

Obama is expected to sign the executive action on Thursday, according a White on Thursday.

“As the United States continues to take action on climate, we’re also taking action to protect the environment,” said Earnest.

“Our plan is to create the environment and jobs of tomorrow through new clean technologies and investment, including the construction of more than 1 million jobs across the country.”

Obama’s executive order is the most ambitious in the president of the United Nations’ carbon emissions reduction program.

The Obama administration is set to launch a national program to cut carbon dioxide emissions from the electric grid by the end of the year.

Obama’s first executive action to address climate change is a response to climate change that has already resulted in significant costs to the United State.

According to a report from the Natural Resources Defense Council, the first order will require the Environmental Protection Agency to set the goals for the U, S and T programs.

“Under the Clean Power Plan, the EPA has already committed to reducing greenhouse gas (GHGs) from existing power plants and will be working to achieve additional reductions through 2020,” the report states.

“For instance, by 2030, the CleanPower Plan will require energy efficiency standards for new buildings, reduce carbon pollution from existing facilities, and require new power plants to capture and store GHGs to reduce emissions.

These new measures are already in place, and there are already new incentives to achieve them.”

According to the report, Obama is set on issuing an executive action later this year to address the CO2 problem.

“Obama’s new climate action will set the groundwork for more than 50 federal actions to address this problem,” said the NRDC.

“To get there, Obama will be making several bold announcements on Clean Power Plans, Clean Air Act regulations, and other climate action, including an executive memorandum that outlines the executive authority and responsibilities of the Department of Energy (DOE) to address CO2.”

“The EPA and the federal agencies that administer the Clean Air and Clean Water Acts are taking action on their own to address our nation’s climate crisis,” said Grishamp.

“Today, the administration is committing to take the lead in meeting the president, and I applaud his leadership on this issue.

We are taking actions now to fight for our climate, and by taking action we will be doing our part to preserve our planet.”

 The White House on Wednesday also announced that a new executive agency will provide guidance to the Department and Agency of Energy on the use of carbon capture and storage technology.

 “This agency will have the responsibility to develop and implement best practices for CO