All the pressure that has been applied to Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry has finally paid off.
Kerry will be keeping his private jet on the tarmac for his next climate summit.
It was announced this week that he would be flying commercially to the next UN summit for climate change in Egypt.
It is tough to take an administration seriously on climate change when the main person responsible for implementing the agenda is flying private all the time.
Kerry's trip will start with a flight to the UK, then to the United Arab Emirates, and finally to Egypt.
He will finally get a taste of what it is like to be a commoner on an international flight, although I am sure we are probably footing the bill for a first-class trip.
In announcing the agenda for and leading up to the summit, Kerry stated, "Each of these 12 days before we gather together in Egypt are days to pull together the remaining threads of potential progress.
"It might surprise some people to hear that even in this year of political tumult and testing, the global climate fight has pushed on step by step, mile by mile, not just in the weeks leading up to the COP."
"Headed towards COP27, this year has to be the implementation-plus.
"The test this year is: Will countries put commitments into action?
"And will outlier countries that haven't strengthened their commitments, will they step up?
"That's the implementation and the plus."
Since joining Biden's administration, it is estimated that Kerry and his family have emitted more than 300 metric tons of carbon.
Source: Fox News