バイデンは、北東部の暴風雨による被害を気候変動のせいにしている, インフラ法案を可決するよう議会に呼びかける

“人々はこれがたくさんあることに気づき始めています, 誰もが喜んで信じていたよりもはるかに大きい,” バイデン 言った residents of Queens, ニューヨーク, 近所のツアーに続く彼の発言の間に. “And the whole segment of our population denying this thing called climate change. Even the climate skeptics are seeing that this really does matter.

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The president added that scientists have concluded the country is facing acode redthreat from climate change and that the crisis is anexistential threat to our lives.

That’s not hyperbole,” バイデンは言った. “That is a fact.

Biden touted his “より良いビルドバック” spending plans on infrastructure as a way to ensure that devastation from deadly storms would not happen in the future.

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We can stop it from getting worse,” バイデンは言った, explaining that his infrastructure spending would address problems caused by the storm, including paying forflood-proof power stations” そして “underground electrical lines.

The president’s visit comes after he approved a disaster declaration for New York state, clearing the way for officials to access federal relief funding to aid recovery efforts.

The decision came one day after Biden approved a similar disaster declaration for six counties in New Jersey.

The action made federal funding available to affected individuals. The assistance, according to the White House, can include grants for temporary housing and home repairs, low-cost loans to cover uninsured property losses, and other programs to help individuals and business owners recover from the effects of the storm.

少なくとも 50 people were killed across six states as the remnants of Hurricane Ida brought record rainfall to the Eastern seaboard. The hurricane initially made landfall in Louisiana, causing major damage and leaving hundreds of thousands of people without power.

ニューヨーク州政府. Kathy Hochul’s office said the hurricane resulted in more than $ 50 million in damage to public infrastructure and property, according to estimates from state and federal experts. Hochul directed an additional $ 378 million in existing FEMA funds toward disaster mitigation efforts within the state.

フォックス・ニュース’ Thomas Barrabi and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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