THE 2020 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IS THE LAST, BEST CHANCE FOR THE U.S. TO CONFRONT THE CLIMATE CRISIS.
Climate change is rapidly escalating into the single greatest threat we face, and the next president must be committed to ambitious and immediate action on climate that builds a more just and sustainable society.Learn More »
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On Climate Change (which has been a key issue for many Sanders voters) “I’ve directed my team to develop additional policies to add to my existing proposal. I’m committed to seeing that these good ideas, wherever I can find them on every issue, are brought into the campaign.”
We’re starting to see evidence that long-term exposure to air pollution—which disproportionately affects communities of color & low-income communities—is linked to COVID-19 death rates. It’s past time we treat pollution like the threat to our health it is. https://t.co/3GD15s3xSy
What Joe Biden needs to do now, according to the climate communityMore than three-quarters of Democrats say climate change is a top priority for 2020, according to polling.
2020 ELECTION Democrats sound the alarm on Joe Biden's young voter problemBaumann said young voters can be moved if he conveys the need for fundamental change, with policies to back it up like anti-corruption measures, getting money out of politics and standing up to oil companies and Wall Street banks. He said that climate change is the No. 1 issue for many young people and that … Continue reading "https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2020-election/democrats-sound-alarm-about-joe-biden-s-young-voter-problem-n1163296"
Climate Voters Still Want More From BidenJoseph R. Biden Jr. keeps winning, and winning voters who say they care about climate change. But some of the most ardent climate activists still are not with him.
.@JoeBiden gives @BernieSanders and his voters another shoutout in this speech. Tells young Sanders voters “I hear you” on climate change.
Georgia’s Presidential Primary: Biden And Sanders On ClimateNext week, Georgians go to the polls to vote in the primaries; many people have already voted early. At this point, there are two major candidates still in the running in the Democratic presidential race. Both Vice President Joe Biden and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders agree that climate change is an urgent issue. In the
Who’s your climate champion? Sanders and Biden vied for the title at Sunday’s debateFrom coronavirus to climate change, the candidates showed how they’d govern in the midst of crisis.
Sanders tweetsWe have the boldest plan to address the climate crisis and the courage to take on the fossil fuel industry. #DemDebate https://t.co/56Er0njNYx
We have to treat climate change like the existential threat it is. As president, I will: – End subsidies for fossil fuel corporations – Ban new drilling on federal lands & waters – Hold oil executives accountable – Rally the world to raise the commitments of the Paris Agreement
There is no denying the existential threat of climate change — and time is running out to address it. We have to take unprecedented action here at home and rally the world to tackle this crisis head on. Read the full plan: https://t.co/FbsOsyQkIo
Sanders and Biden tackle climate change and infectious diseases; Biden says he'll ban some oil drillingAsked how his climate change plan would help address the future of infectious disease, Sanders said his plan addresses that particular climate change-fueled problem. But he didn’t elaborate on how his plan would tackle infectious diseases. Biden said that when he and Obama took office, they were briefed on how climate change is the single-greatest … Continue reading "https://www.cbsnews.com/live-updates/democratic-debate-joe-biden-bernie-sanders-live-news-tonight-2020-03-15/#post-update-90ff4bf6"