Sen. Sheldon WhitehouseSheldon WhitehouseOn The Money: Incomes, consumer spending soared in March | Harris, senators work behind scenes on jobs package | Biden cancels some border wall construction Harris, senators work behind scenes on jobs package OVERNIGHT ENERGY: Senate nixes Trump rule limiting methane regulation | Senate confirms EPA chief: Biden's climate goals are 'an opportunity to lead' | Fine-particle pollution disproportionately hurts people of color: research MORE (D-R.I.) is planning an all-night session in the Senate Monday to discuss climate change, according to his staff.

Expect a much longer version of his weekly “Wake Up” speech, which he has given nearly 60 times on the Senate floor.

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Sen. Brian SchatzBrian Emanuel SchatzDemocrats face big headaches on Biden's T spending plan Democrats introduce bill to give hotels targeted relief Senate Democrats push Biden over raising refugee cap MORE (D-Hawaii) is expected to help Whitehouse keep the speeches going well into Tuesday morning.

The Hill previously reported that Whitehouse is heading to Iowa to discuss climate change because he wants the environment to be a top issue during the 2016 presidential caucuses.