Indigenous leaders and climate activists protest against the Keystone XL oil pipeline in Seattle on May 8, 2017. Biden has revoked the project’s permit as he pursues climate-friendly policies to meet the demands of the Democratic Party’s Green New Deal base. Photo: AFP
Indigenous leaders and climate activists protest against the Keystone XL oil pipeline in Seattle on May 8, 2017. Biden has revoked the project’s permit as he pursues climate-friendly policies to meet the demands of the Democratic Party’s Green New Deal base. Photo: AFP
Tilak K. Doshi
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Tilak K. Doshi

Biden’s oil and gas policy makes about as much sense as his Afghan policy

  • Biden has done everything to obstruct US oil and gas producers in the name of fighting climate change – while imploring Saudi Arabia, Russia and others to increase oil production to keep pump prices down

Indigenous leaders and climate activists protest against the Keystone XL oil pipeline in Seattle on May 8, 2017. Biden has revoked the project’s permit as he pursues climate-friendly policies to meet the demands of the Democratic Party’s Green New Deal base. Photo: AFP
Indigenous leaders and climate activists protest against the Keystone XL oil pipeline in Seattle on May 8, 2017. Biden has revoked the project’s permit as he pursues climate-friendly policies to meet the demands of the Democratic Party’s Green New Deal base. Photo: AFP
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