“Clean Power Plan” proposed by President Obama

“Clean Power Plan” proposed by President Obama

The new "Clear Power Plan" as proposed by President Obama on Monday received much appreciation and support as its main goal is to help mitigate the worsening conditions of the changing weather. The members Evangelical Environment Network sent an open letter and encouraged the efforts of the beloved President.

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops wrote on Monday, "Welcome this important move by the administration to adopt long-awaited standards to mitigate climate change and safeguard public health."

According to a report by Chicago Sun-Times, Blase Cupich (Archbishop of Chicago) teamed up with Gina McCarthy (Environmental Protection Agency Administrator) to inspect the archdiocesan power and water usage at a Catholic school with the help of EPA's Energy Star program on July 25.

This plan aims to reduce carbon emissions by 32% by 2030 but the only disadvantage is that it will result in an annual employment shortfall (by approximately 300,000 jobs).

However, the rise in future temperature will be less than two one-hundredths of a degree Celsius by the year 2100 as stated by the Cato Institute.

Pope Francis firmly believes that it is the mistake of the market that led to the ecological damage which can only be omitted if religious leaders act wisely in these political matters.

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