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Biden Administration Reportedly Losing Key Player – Every House in America Will Recognize This Name

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John Kerry, the United States special envoy on climate, is reportedly resigning from the Biden administration within the next two weeks, according to two individuals with knowledge of his whereabouts.

John F. Kerry, an incumbent senator, former secretary of state, and 2004 Democratic presidential nominee, was selected shortly after Joe Biden’s victory in November 2020 to assume the newly established position designed to combat climate change internationally on behalf of the Obama administration.

The departure intentions of Kerry were initially disclosed by Axios on Saturday.

Kerry is expected to assist Biden with his re-election campaign, according to Axios.

Kerry contributed significantly to the drafting of the 2015 Paris climate accords, an accord from which former President Donald Trump withdrew in 2017.

It was believed that Biden’s choice to appoint Kerry for the position was an example of the prospective president honoring his campaign pledge to combat so-called climate change.

“The climate crisis is a universal threat to humankind and we all have a responsibility to deal with it as rapidly as we can,” Kerry said in a visit to Beijing last summer, when he met with Vice President Han Zheng.

Kerry consistently garnered international attention during climate summits, where she engaged in discussions with prominent scientists, world leaders, and business figures, interspersed with news conferences.

“John Kerry’s tireless work to deliver global progress on the climate crisis has been heroic,” former Vice President Al Gore, who has focused primarily on climate in his life after elected office, said in a statement Saturday.

Kerry has ardent detractors despite the fact that his progressive politics and celebrity status have made him a favorite of the establishment media worldwide.

Many conservatives and Republicans were not saddened by his departure.

The largest climate law in U.S. history, the Inflation Reduction Act, is investing billions of dollars in renewable energy. However, numerous aspects of the legislation prioritize domestic manufacturing, prompting criticism from other countries that the protectionist measures are detrimental to their green industries.

Furthermore, the establishment of a “loss and damage” fund, which proposed that affluent nations contribute billions of dollars to aid developing countries frequently impacted by severe weather phenomena, was met with opposition from the United States for years.

The fund was authorized at COP27 in Egypt in 2022, with the United States and other wealthy nations relenting and providing support. Kerry, on the other hand, is eager to clarify that the fund has nothing to do with “compensation” or “reparations,” and the United States has thus far pledged only modest funding for it.

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