President Biden signs executive order aimed at climate change | USA TODAY
President Joe Biden signed an executive order aimed at addressing the effect of the climate crisis and nature-based solutions to mark Earth Day.
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President Joe Biden marked Earth Day in Seattle on Friday by announcing new steps to make the nation’s forests more resilient against the threat of wildfires and climate change.
Using a city park with 300 acres of forest land as his backdrop, Biden signed an executive order that seeks to protect some of the nation’s largest and more mature trees, strengthen reforestation efforts and fight global deforestation.
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