Whitehouse.gov reportedly took down Obama’s Climate Change page and put up instead an America First Energy Plan.
As many people noticed on Twitter on Friday afternoon, one of the dearest creations of Obama’s administration is no more and that’s great news for climate change skeptics.
— Amy Harder (@AmyAHarder) January 20, 2017
With Donald Trump assuming today America’s presidency, it looks like climate change is not an issue anymore, at least for the next 8 years and that will definitely warm the heart of an old oil and gas loving curmudgeon.
Instead of Al Gore’s(this is the guy who invented the Internet according to his own words) Global Warming or its newest Climate Change moniker, we now have America First Energy Plan. That’s how Trump’s Team regards America’s real problems and I must confess that it sounds much better.
The former Climate Change page on the Whitehouse.gov, WH’s official webpage described Obama’s administration plan for combating climate change. Now, that link leads to a blank page.
However, you can go and check out the cached version of the respective webpage here and admire Obama’s administration plan of participating in the global quest for combating climate change and reducing America’s carbon footprint by closing down coal power plants/various other manufacturing businesses in the US and opening them up in Mexico and China. Or globalism instead of nationalism, but only for Americans.
Trump’s Team published instead a new webpage which depicts the administration’s future energy plans sans climate change. It reads something like this:
The Trump Administration is committed to energy policies that lower costs for hardworking Americans and maximize the use of American resources, freeing us from dependence on foreign oil. Our need for energy must go hand-in-hand with responsible stewardship of the environment. Protecting clean air and clean water, conserving our natural habitats, and preserving our natural reserves and resources will remain a high priority. President Trump will refocus the EPA on its essential mission of protecting our air and water.