U.S. Army Releases Action Plan On Climate Change

(PatrioticPost.com)- After President Biden ordered all agencies within the federal government to better adapt to so-called “Climate Change,” this week the US Army unveiled its strategy to go to war with the Climate.

As part of its plan to fight the weather, the US Army will establish a fleet of electric vehicles and find ways to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.

Take that, China.

According to the Army’s “Climate Strategy,” the service wants to cut its emissions by 50 percent from 2005 levels by 2030 on the way to reaching “net-zero” emissions by 2050.

Of course, by 2050, the US Army will be a thing of the past because the Chinese People’s Liberation Army isn’t wasting its time fretting over carbon emissions and purchasing electric vehicles.

In the meantime, the US Army plans to establish an “all-electric light-duty non-tactical” fleet by 2027 as well as an “all-electric non-tactical” fleet by 2035.

According to their report, the US Army currently has 950 “renewable energy projects” to supply 480 megawatts of power to the service “scoped and planned through 2024.” The Army will continue these projects “and other efforts” through the Army Installation Energy and Water Strategic Plan “to maximize resilience, efficiency and affordability on every installation.”

In her message in the “Climate Strategy,” Secretary of the Army, Christine Wormuth claimed “Climate Change” threatens US national security and is “altering the geostrategic landscape as we know it.”

Wormuth added that because of these changes, soldiers are operating “in extreme temperature environments.” And because soldiers help fight wildfires and aid in hurricane recovery, Wormuth believes this is proof that “climate change isn’t a distant future, it is a reality.”

Because we never had wildfires and hurricanes before.

In her message, Wormuth insists that “Climate Change” has to be addressed now and the Army will “lead by example.” She then claimed “Climate Change” is the reason there are problems with US supply chains and why our infrastructure is damaged.

And, of course, Wormuth warns that if we don’t act now, things will only get worse “with each passing year.”