Office of Environmental Justice announced | USA TODAY

President Joe Biden announced the creation of an Office of Environmental Justice and laid out a plan to make it the mission of every executive agency.

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On the eve of Earth Day, President Joe Biden announced the creation of an Office of Environmental Justice as he lays out a plan to make it "the mission of every single executive agency," the White House said.

As part of an executive order, the new office will coordinate environmental justice efforts across the federal government. The order presses agencies to close gaps in data and use scientific research to understand and prevent the damage to people's health brought by pollution.

The White House calls it “the most ambitious environmental justice agenda in our nation’s history."

The action is the result of nearly two decades of organizing by the environmental justice movement, said the Climate Justice Alliance, a nonprofit representing 89 rural and urban community-based environmental justice organizations.

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  1. What happened to the Ministry of Truth? We could also use a Department of Plenty to ration supplies and a Minisry of Peace to kick off WW3. Remember Big Brother B1den is watching y👀u.

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