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President Biden stated Friday that global warming is fueling massive wildfires such as the one that swept through Colorado last week.
“Because a combination of extreme drought – the driest period from June to December ever recorded – unusually high winds, no snow on the ground to start, created a tinderbox, a literal tinderbox,” Biden said in Louisville, Colorado, after touring damage left behind from the fire with local and state officials and first lady Jill.
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Biden stated, “We cannot ignore the fact that these fires have been supercharged.” “They’re being supercharged with a change of the weather.”
Biden, in November, warned climate at the United Nations’ COP26 conference. He also apologized for the withdrawal of former President Trump from Paris. Climate accord.
Biden suggested that every day we delay, the price of inaction increases. He also said that the climate crisis is “a challenge for our collective lifetimes.”
Biden used the tragedy of the tornadoes that decimated parts of the South and Midwest to emphasize his beliefs in December while discussing the deaths. Climate change.
Biden was asked that question at the time by the reporter if the storms were caused by climate change.
Biden stated, “All I know is the warming of our planet and climate change has some impacts on the intensity of weather across the board.”
Brooke Singman from Fox News contributed to this article.
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