Climate change in the 2020 electionOn this special episode of IndyMatters, editor Jon Ralston sits down with Gene Karpinski, head of the League of Conservation Voters, and Andy Maggi, head of the Nevada Conservation League, to chat about climate change and how the 2020 candidates are approaching the subject. They also talk about what the issue means to Nevada and …
THE 2020 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IS THE LAST, BEST CHANCE FOR THE U.S. TO CONFRONT THE CLIMATE CRISIS.
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Yang 'disappointed' Weather Channel excluded him from climate change specialDemocratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang reportedly said Monday that he is “disappointed” that the Weather Channel didn’t invite him to take part in a bipartisan climate change special set to air next month.
The Weather Channel to Interview Presidential Candidates in '2020: Race to Save the Planet' on Thursday, November 7On Thursday, November 7, The Weather Channel television network will air “2020: Race to Save the Planet,” a one-hour, primetime special featuring conversations with the network’s meteorologists and nine Democratic and Republican presidential candidates on climate change and produced in partnership with The Climate Desk, a media consortium.