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大統領令 Executive Order on Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad

FACT SHEET: President Biden Takes Executive Actions to Tackle the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad, Create Jobs, and Restore Scientific Integrity Across Federal Government

Remarks by President Biden Before Signing Executive Actions on Tackling Climate Change, Creating Jobs, and Restoring Scientific Integrity




The President will host a Leaders' Climate Summit on Earth Day, April 22, 2021

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 化石燃料開発の再検討 (国有地の新規リース中止、既存リースも再検討)

to pause on entering into new oil and natural gas leases on public lands or offshore waters to the extent possible,
launch a rigorous review of all existing leasing and permitting practices related to fossil fuel development on public lands and waters,

identify steps that can be taken to double renewable energy production from offshore wind by 2030.


to eliminate fossil fuel subsidies as consistent with applicable law
and identify new opportunities to spur innovation, commercialization, and deployment of clean energy technologies and infrastructure.


directing steps to ensure that every federal infrastructure investment reduces climate pollution and that steps are taken to accelerate clean energy and transmission projects under federal siting and permitting processes in an environmentally sustainable manner.


the goal of conserving at least 30 percent of our lands and oceans by 2030
conserving and restoring public lands and waters, increasing reforestation, increasing carbon sequestration in the agricultural sector, protecting biodiversity


to coordinate investments and other efforts to assist coal, oil and natural gas, and power plant communities.
reduce emissions of toxic substances and greenhouse gases from existing and abandoned infrastructure and prevent environmental damage
to turn properties idled in these communities, like brownfields, into new hubs for the growth of our economy.


to address the disproportionate health, environmental, economic, and climate impacts on disadvantaged communities.


directs agencies to make evidence-based decisions guided by the best available science and data


Memorandum on Restoring Trust in Government Through Scientific Integrity and Evidence-Based Policymaking

It is the policy of my Administration to make evidence-based decisions guided by the best available science and data.

Scientific and technological information, data, and evidence are central to the development and iterative improvement of sound policies, and to the delivery of equitable programs, across every area of government.

Scientific findings should never be distorted or influenced by political considerations.

When scientific or technological information is considered in policy decisions, it should be subjected to well-established scientific processes, including peer review where feasible and appropriate, with appropriate protections for privacy.

Improper political interference in the work of Federal scientists or other scientists who support the work of the Federal Government and in the communication of scientific facts undermines the welfare of the Nation, contributes to systemic inequities and injustices, and violates the trust that the public places in government to best serve its collective interests.


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