Black Americans suffer disproportionately from climate change. Administration officials tell theGrio the White House is working to address it.
The United States has experienced a record number of natural disasters over the years due to climate change, and these disasters have cost billions of dollars and put the health and livelihoods of Americans at risk.
On his first day in office, President Joe Biden rejoined the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and signed executive orders aimed at tackling the world’s pressing climate and environmental issues, signaling an urgency for the United States to guard against the growing effects of climate change.
However, Black communities suffer disproportionately from climate change. According to a 2021 !
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