In a virtual climate summit that Biden’s organized, he announced his plan to discuss climate change on Thursday.

He introduced his goal to reduce emissions by 2030, compared with 2005 levels, at the start of a two-day climate summit.

He said the plan would set the US on a path of a zero-emissions economy by no later than 2050, would create jobs, and boost economies.

However; the president is yet to release any firm details on exactly how such a plan will affect the daily lives of ordinary Americans.

He also hasn’t set out the price for reducing emissions.

Americans may also be forced to purchase a $55,000 electric vehicle under Biden’s Marxist climate plan.

Gradually making those changes by 2030 could see diet-related greenhouse gas emissions reduced by 50 percent, according to a study by Michigan University’s Center for Sustainable Systems.

More than half of new cars bought in the United States would need to be electric within the next decade, studies show.

It equates to consuming roughly one average-sized burger per month.
More than half of new cars bought in the United States would need to be electric within the next decade, studies show.

The University of Maryland’s School of Public Policy estimated that cleaning up transportation would count towards about a quarter of Biden’s goal.

It would mean more than 65 percent of new cars and SUV sales and 10 percent of new truck sales would need to be electric.

Currently, electric cars make up about 2 percent of new passenger vehicle sales.

The average cost of a new electric vehicle is about $55,000.

This plan also includes that Americans will be forced to cut 90% of red meat from their diets which equates to about one average-sized hamburger per month.

To do that, it would require Americans to only consume about four pounds of red meat per year or 0.18 ounces per day.

To reach these targets, some requirements have been proposed. They are reducing red meat intake by 90% and consumption of animal products by 50%.

Reducing the American public’s red meat consumption by 90% would mean only eating 4lbs of red meat per year. This is 0.18 ounces per day.

This roughly equates to one averaged sized burger per month.

The requirements also suggest the use of electric cars and refitting homes with electric heat pumps.

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