Jamie Dimon believes Americans must get it through their thick heads.

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon, in a recent client call, insisted that boosting natural gas production in the United States was not at odds with the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

"We should focus on climate. The problem with that is because of high oil and gas prices, the world is turning back on their coal plants.

"Why can‘t we get it through our thick skulls, that if you want to solve climate [change], it is not against climate [change] for America to boost more oil and gas?" Dimon reportedly said.

JPMorgan has pledged to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 in accordance with the Paris Agreement.

The bank said its commitment ensures that it is measuring the emissions of its clients in key sectors of its financing portfolio.

In a letter to shareholders last year, Dimon said "national security demands energy security for ourselves and our allies overseas," adding that "using gas to diminish coal consumption is an actionable way to reduce CO2 emissions expeditiously."

The matter of domestic energy production has taken on greater urgency this year amid skyrocketing gas prices and Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine that has walloped Europe’s energy needs.

Dimon has called for a "Marshall Plan" to ensure energy security for the United States and its European allies.

He said that European nations who are highly dependent on Russian energy require help from the U.S.

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