Biden Says The US Has Gotten Serious About Climate : The NPR Politics Podcast President Biden continues his travel this week in Scotland, where he is attending the United Nations climate conference, COP26. Despite trouble passing his climate change proposals at home, Biden told the gathering of world leaders that the U.S. will become a net-zero emissions economy in the next three decades.

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Biden Says The US Has Gotten Serious About Climate

Biden Says The US Has Gotten Serious About Climate

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President Biden continues his travel this week in Scotland, where he is attending the United Nations climate conference, COP26. Despite trouble passing his climate change proposals at home, Biden told the gathering of world leaders that the U.S. will become a net-zero emissions economy in the next three decades.

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