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President Biden on Wednesday signed executive orders on climate change as he vowed to put the issue “at the center” of U.S. national security and domestic and foreign policy.

At a White House ceremony, Biden said the orders would “supercharge” his administration’s plan for dealing with climate change.

“Today is climate day at the White House, which means today is jobs day at the White House,” Biden said, adding that the focus of the administration is “American products,” the “health of our families, cleaner water and cleaner air.”

“In my view, we’ve already waited too long to deal with this climate crisis and we can’t wait any longer. It is time to act,” Biden said, as he outlined his executive actions. “Just like we need a unified national response to COVID-19, we desperately need a unified national response to the climate crisis, because there is a climate crisis.”

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