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Biden: Extreme weather will cost the US well over $100bn this year

Extreme weather will cost the US well over $100bn (£72bn) this year, according to President Biden.
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Biden says in Colorado that extreme weather will cost U.S. over $100 billion this year

GOLDEN, Colo. (Reuters) -President Joe Biden said on Tuesday that extreme weather events would cost the United States over $100 billion this year, as he visited Colorado to highlight drought conditions and raging wildfires in the U.S. West. Colorado was his last stop on a three-state western swing in which he also visited California and Idaho to demonstrate how global warming has scorched the region's landscape even as states in other parts of …

8 days ago|Los Angeles, United States
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Biden says extreme weather will cost U.S. 'well over $100 billion' this year

GOLDEN, Co. - Extreme weather events will cost the United States well over a $100 billion this year, topping last year's cost of $99 billion, U.S. President Joe Biden said on Tuesday. Biden, speaking at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado, said nearly one in three American communities had been struck in the past few months by weather disasters exacerbated by

8 days ago|United Kingdom
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Biden says spending plan is key to climate change

President Joe Biden touted his domestic spending plans in Colorado by warning about climate change, while highlighting his clean-energy proposals. (Sept. 14)

8 days ago|United States
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‘We’re not going to fail now’: Biden says climate spending could create 800,000 jobs

The Biden visited Colorado on Tuesday to promote his green energy agenda

8 days ago|London, United Kingdom
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Biden pitches spending plan as key to fight climate change

President Joe Biden tried to advance his domestic spending plans by touring a renewable energy lab in Colorado on Tuesday

8 days ago|United States
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Biden Urges Climate Action: ‘We Don’t Have Much More Than 10 Years’

President Biden spent two days warning about the climate crisis and promising that his administration would work to confront it, but Congress is not aligned on the solution.

8 days ago|New York, United States
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On stop in Colorado, Biden makes the economic case for his climate-focused agenda

The president argued that investments in green infrastructure were key to economic growth and noted that the country is on track to suffer more than $100 billion in damage this year from extreme-weather events.

8 days ago|Washington, United States
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Biden pitches spending plan as key to fight climate change

ARVADA, Colo. (AP) — President Joe Biden tried to advance his domestic spending plans on Colorado on Tuesday by warning about climate change's dangers while highlighting how his clean-energy proposals would also create good-paying jobs.

9 days ago|United States
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Biden says in Colorado that extreme weather will cost U.S. over $100 billion this year

GOLDEN, Colo. -President Joe Biden said on Tuesday that extreme weather events would cost the United States over $100 billion this year, as he visited Colorado to highlight drought conditions and raging wildfires in the U.S. West.

8 days ago|Singapore
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Biden expresses confidence on climate in renewable energy visit

President Biden projected confidence on Tuesday that he’ll accomplish his climate goals amid questions over whether Democrats will be able to get their spending bill across the finish line.

8 days ago|Washington, United States
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