President-elect Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, wants to become an ambassador to fight against climate change, according to reports. As reported by Politico, Ivanka Trump is exploring different ways to use the spotlight as the first daughter to positively signify climate change. It is also said that the ambitious daughter, who once plotted her career around international brand domination, is planning to take on an even heavier lift.
Ivanka, Donald Trump's Daughter To Focus On Climate Change
Ivanka Marie Trump is an American businesswoman and former fashion model. She is the daughter of the resident-elect of the United States, Donald Trump. She is the Executive Vice President of Development & Acquisitions at her father's company, the Trump Organization, where her work is focused on the company's real estate and hotel management initiatives. Before joining the family business, she briefly worked for Forest City Enterprises.
Politico, a global news and information company, said that Ivanka Trump wants to make climate change — which her father has called a hoax perpetuated by the Chinese . "Ivanka is in the early stages of exploring how to use her spotlight to speak out on the issue," said the source of the company. Ivanka is positioning herself as a bridge to moderates and liberals disgusted and depressed with the tone and tenor of the new leader of the free world.
According to US News, Ivanka was the campaign's primary spokeswoman on issues aimed specifically at women, championing plans for childcare and paid leave. And once her father moves into the White House, Ivanka is expected to take on a prominent role than her stepmother, Melania. If Ivanka moves forward in promoting a climate change agenda, she will be in opposition to many of the top officials who are making up the incoming administration.
Why Climate Change Is Important?
Climate change (global warming) refers to the rise in average surface temperatures on Earth. An overwhelming scientific consensus maintains that climate change is due primarily to the human use of fossil fuels, which releases carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases into the air. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, such as NASA and NOAA, concur that climate change is indeed occurring and is almost certainly due to human activity.
Climate can be thought of as the average or typical weather conditions we experience. Scientists know that climate varies naturally on many timescales and they know that people are affecting climate - particularly through emissions of greenhouse gases. Weather and climate can affect almost all aspects of our lives. NCAS-Climate scientists work with scientists from other disciplines to understand some of those impacts.