Biden Admin Spending Millions to Relocate Tribes ‘Threatened by Climate Change’

The Biden administration is set to give three different Native tribes a total of $75 million to move away from coastal areas or rivers due to “climate change.”

  • President Biden’s administration will provide three Native American tribes $75 million in an effort to relocate communities “threatened” by “climate change.”
  • The three communities, one residing in Washington and two in Alaska, will receive $25 million each to move their buildings onto higher grounds and away from rising waters.
  • The federal government will also give eight additional tribes $5 million each in an effort to relocate the groups to a different region.

“It is troubling that the Biden administration continues to use American taxpayer money to advance its radical Green New Deal agenda at a time of historically high inflation and energy prices,” Committee members James Comer and Yvette Herrell said.

  • In August 2022, the extent of summer sea ice in the Arctic surprised experts who previously believed that such levels would not be possible, casting doubt on climate change hysteria.
  • Ice coverage this summer remained at the ten-year average of 2010-20, a contradiction to some politicians’ predictions that the Arctic would be ice-free by now.
  • Around the same time, professors from some of the nation’s premier universities in America pointed out corruption in the science of global warming.
  • The professors expressed concern about a steady flow of billions of dollars going to scientists doing research supporting an alarmist hypothesis about global warming which in turn keeps funding moving toward related projects.
  • The pair also released a statement outlining reasons why alarm about a warming planet is not justified, nullifying the need for excessive funding research into the topic.
  • Last week, it was reported that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will be spending $13 billion on funds from Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act towards “environmental justice” and “climate change.”