As part of the Biden administration’s embrace of global partnerships, President Joe Biden was set to announce Friday that the U.S. will pump up to $4 billion into a worldwide effort to distribute the coronavirus vaccine.
The announcement was set to come as part of a virtual meeting of the G7 leaders, CNN reported, citing senior administration officials.
Friday also marks the administration’s rollout of its action plan for living up to the terms of the Paris climate agreement. Former President Donald Trump revoked America’s participation in the project, but Biden rejoined the deal on his first day in office. That step became official on Friday.
“Climate change and science diplomacy can never again be ‘add-ons’ in our foreign policy discussions. Addressing the real threats from climate