By Drew Bond and Anthony Kim
Originally published in The Washington Times
In his speech on January 27 – a day the White House dubbed “climate day” – President Biden said his administration will take an aggressive, top-down approach to addressing climate change. As he added one more Executive Order to his growing mountain of federal directives, Biden underscored, “It’s a whole of government approach to put climate change at the center of our domestic, national security, and foreign policy.”
Rather than backing an “All of the Above” energy innovation approach that we know works much better, Biden pledged to push an “All of the Government” approach that will no doubt impose huge direct and indirect costs on society, undermining overall economic health – not least by slowing growth.
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