The president has been promising to get tough on climate change and the administration is already planning to use a new White House-created budget document to announce a range of new measures.
The plan is the first step in the administration’s effort to set out a new national strategy to combat the warming planet.
It includes new targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions, set a goal of hitting 100% renewable energy by 2030 and target spending on research, technology and clean energy, among other goals.
Here are some of the more notable things the administration says it wants to see.
It says it will double the number of Americans with jobs.
It will invest $1 trillion over the next decade to combat climate change.
It’s launching a new effort to invest in clean energy technologies to help address the impacts of climate change, like clean energy deployment.
It plans to launch a “new and bold global effort” to combat pollution and address the health impacts of global warming.
It is pledging $5 billion to expand the National Clean Energy Challenge to the U.S. 5 years after the previous effort failed, but says it is “committed to taking this opportunity to accelerate the transition to a cleaner energy future.”
It would cut carbon pollution from coal and oil by 30% by 2030.
It wants to boost clean energy and innovation to create jobs.
It promises to invest $50 billion in green jobs programs by 2030, a major focus of the White House’s climate strategy.
It calls for a new clean energy strategy for the United States.
It also calls for the expansion of a national clean energy standard, which could lead to a requirement that utilities buy renewable energy.
It said it would work with countries to develop a national energy strategy to address climate change by 2030 as part of its strategy to help the U