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09.09.2020 10:22
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President Trump traveled to Florida on Tuesday and pitched himself as a strong defender of the environment, despite his unprecedented moves to overturn regulations put in place to safeguard the country’s air, water and natural resources.

“Trump is the great environmentalist, ” the president said of himself at a ceremony in Jupiter, where he signed an executive order to extend a ban on offshore oil drilling in three states. “And I am, I am. I believe strongly in it. ”

Left unsaid at the ceremony for the executive order, which covers South Carolina, Florida and Georgia, is that it was Trump’s own proposal to allow drilling along the coasts of those states that sparked the backlash that led him to reconsider his initial plan.

In his remarks, Trump called himself “the No. 1 environmental president since Teddy Roosevelt, ” citing his signing of the Great American Outdoors Act, which provided $1. 9 billion for infrastructure improvements in the national parks.

But it was his administration that lopped off 2 million acres from two cherished wilderness areas in Utah, the largest rollback of federal land protection in the nation’s history.

In February, nine of the nation’s leading environmental groups issued a joint statement calling Trump the “worst president for our environment in our history. ”

“Donald Trump’s administration has unleashed an unprecedented assault on our environment and the health of our communities. His policies threaten our climate, air, water, public lands, wildlife, and oceans; no amount of his greenwashing can change the simple fact: Donald Trump has been the worst president for our environment in history, ” said the statement from Alaska Wilderness League Action, Clean Water Action, Defenders of Wildlife, Earthjustice, EDF Action, Friends of the Earth, the League of Conservation Voters, the Sierra Club and the Wilderness Society.

That assessment stems from the fact that the Trump administration has sought to weaken or roll back roughly 100 environmental regulations since he became president.








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