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John Kerry suggests that oil workers laid off due to Biden policies should make solar panels

White House Climate Bazaar John Kerry on Wednesday recommended that oil and gas workers turn to solar panel manufacturing if their jobs are cut due to the environmental policies of the Biden government. During a press conference at the White House on Wednesday, Kerry, who serves as the US President’s special envoy on climate, was asked what his message was to workers who “see an end to their livelihood” away from traditional fuels and because of President Biden’s plan towards renewable energies. “The President of the United States in every comment on climate has made the need to create the new jobs that are better paid and cleaner,” Kerry replied, stressing that Biden intended “to do what is being done.” must to deal with it. ” with this crisis. “What President Biden wants to do is make sure these people make better decisions, that they have alternatives, that they can be the people that go to work to make the solar panels,” Kerry said. Kerry noted that the Clean energy jobs, such as solar and wind turbine technicians, were growing rapidly before the pandemic. “The same people can do this job,” said the former foreign secretary, adding, “Coal-fired plants have been closed for the past 20 years.” Kerry also complained that Workers in the traditional fuel industry had been a “false story.” “They got the idea that dealing with the climate is at their expense. No, it isn’t,” he said, adding that the difficulties of the oil industry and gas workers are due to “other market forces already taking place.” Biden signed several executive orders on Wednesday Climate change to meet the target of achieving net zero emissions by 2050. Last week, the president re-entered the Paris Climate Agreement, from which the Trump administration withdrew the US in 2017. Biden also canceled approval for the Keystone pipeline, a project that, according to the Keystone XL website, would have created about 11,000 U.S. jobs this year. Many of the workers are temporary workers, but 8,000 are union workers. “Today is Climate Day in the White House, which means that today is working day in the White House,” Biden said at a ceremony in the White House. “In my opinion, we have waited too long to deal with this climate crisis and we cannot wait any longer. It’s time to act. “Also on Wednesday, former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm testified at her confirmation hearing before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, pledging to focus on clean energy job creation in the US while she is away fossil fuels removed. Quoting her time as Michigan governor, she said, “When we focused on creating incentives for job providers to settle in Michigan with clean energy, they came.” However, she added, “I think it is important that as we develop fossil fuels, we also develop the technology to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.”

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