The Obama administration has been preparing for the next few months to respond to the worst impacts of climate change.
The president and the White House have launched a series of public and private events and launched a new website to gather the country’s most pressing priorities, including rebuilding America’s infrastructure and expanding energy production.
But one area of focus has been a massive federal program known as the Mountain Project, which is intended to address climate change and the impacts of extreme weather.
The White House says it’s aiming to set aside $1 trillion for the Mountain project, which will help build a network of dams, levees, levee structures and other infrastructure.
The project has been plagued by delays, with construction in parts of Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi stalled or in danger of being delayed.
In response, Congress passed a bill in 2015 that authorized the White, Army and Marine Corps Corps to invest in the project.
President Donald Trump has already announced a major boost to the Mountain program, which has been criticized for the amount of money it has cost and the limited ability to spend it.
The administration has said that the project will help address a number of critical challenges and that it has already allocated $500 million in funding.
But the White said the money won’t be enough to tackle the countrys most pressing challenge, which are flooding.
In a series on Wednesday, the president and his advisers outlined how they intend to spend the money.
The Mountain Project will create a nationwide network of levees across the country that will allow the federal government to create and maintain safe, sustainable and reliable levees that will help protect our Nation from future flooding, the White and Army said.
The program is called the White River Flood Control Act of 2018 and will be funded through the 2020 Budget Control Act, which requires Congress to pass spending bills within 180 days of taking office.
The law authorizes $1 billion for the project, and $500 billion in additional funding is required to continue to fund the project for the coming fiscal year.
The Obama Administration has committed $1.7 trillion in spending to help address climate-related disasters.
The President has authorized $750 million in new funds for the White Mountains Flood Control project.
The budget proposal, which was released Thursday, is the first time the administration has outlined a specific budget for the program.
The plan calls for $250 million in grants and loans for the construction of new flood control infrastructure.
Other major priorities include $350 million for the expansion of a river system that is the nation’s primary waterway, $350 billion in loans to farmers to help farmers better manage flood risks and $400 million for research on new water-saving technologies to help reduce flooding risks.
In addition to new funding, the budget proposes to boost the White Army Corps of Engineers’ Flood Control Corps.
The corps is responsible for the National Flood Insurance Program, the program that pays for flood insurance for people and businesses that are not eligible for flood assistance.
The Corps is expected to receive $1 million per year from the Mountain Program.
The department also announced plans to increase funding for the U.S. Geological Survey’s Disaster Relief Program, which provides grants for projects that help address the impacts and threats of disasters.
This would include $2.4 billion to support projects to improve the infrastructure of areas that have been affected by extreme weather, such as coastal erosion, flood prevention and storm surge management.
Department of Homeland Security has also announced $100 million for a flood mitigation program to address coastal erosion and flood risk management.
This includes $150 million for an innovative initiative that uses geoengineering to reduce flood risk in flood-prone areas, including flood control projects in Florida and Georgia.
The Homeland Security budget includes $30 million for flood mitigation projects in the state of Florida and $200 million for projects in Georgia and Texas.
The $350-million-per-year-plus proposal for the federal flood program is the highest amount ever given to the program, according to the White Houses Office of Management and Budget.
The money comes from the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Disaster Assistance Fund, which funds projects to reduce the risk of severe weather in certain areas.
But a federal agency can only use $50 million of that amount per year to fund projects in those areas.
The new proposal also includes $400 billion in new spending to address flooding.
The proposal calls for funding for flood-control infrastructure to address the risks and threats that are posed by extreme heat and storm surges, including the following: $300 billion for a new National Flooding Protection and Mitigation System (NFPS) to protect against flooding; $150 billion to help protect communities and infrastructure from extreme weather-related risks; $100 billion to provide flood insurance to farmers, ranchers, small businesses and homeowners; $300 million for improvements to levees in the Great Lakes Basin; $350 for research into new water conservation technologies; $400 for research to improve storm surge risk management; $250 for research and development to increase