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.

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The Leadership Agenda

[Included in plan:] Addressing the threat to humankind calls on the United States to lead the rest of the world towards a carbon-free future. Alongside our forthcoming comprehensive plan to address the climate crisis, my administration will lead a global effort to limit emissions, adapt to a changing planet, and reduce our global reliance on … Continue reading "https://medium.com/@DevalPatrick/the-leadership-agenda-f0c7f53204d5"

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Steyer in Iowa

.@TomSteyer speaks at a “meet and greet” in Council Bluffs on the morning the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump began. The billionaire spent a lot of money on his Need to Impeach PAC which ran ads in Iowa. He says climate change is his top priority. #iacaucus

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Cambio Climático Y Justicia Ambiental

El cambio climático es la amenaza existencial de nuestro tiempo, pero también nos presenta una oportunidad para reconstruir nuestra infraestructura y reconstruir la clase media mientras reactivamos nuestra economía para que funcione con energía 100% limpia. Los latinos, particularmente los latinos que hablan español, están muy enterados y conscientes de la amenaza que representa el … Continue reading "https://elizabethwarren.com/es/planes/juntos#cambio-clim%C3%A1tico-y-justicia-ambiental"

Warren for President

Let’s say a lawmaker wants to hold a hearing on climate change. All the Kochs & other billionaires have to do is rattle the coins in their pockets & threaten to fund the primary opponent in that lawmaker’s next election. Just like that, the climate hearing is dropped.

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Tough Q for Bennet: Why did he vote for Keystone? He says McConnell was using it as a political club against Dems, so he voted for it to get past it. “Every single time that went to the Senate floor, they were trying to disqualify Democrats on jobs and infrastructure.”

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First question VICE News asks @BernieSanders: “What will you do to specifically protect the people of Puerto Rico from the climate crisis?” Bernie: “I will work with San Juan Mayor @CarmenYulinCruz… We should pool our resources and fight our common enemy: climate change”

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An attendee asks @PeteButtigieg why he accepts money from members of the fossil fuel industry, adding that younger voters are not convinced by his plan. Buttigieg reminds the crowd he signed a pledge to not accept fossil fuel money, stressing he wants a carbon tax. #IACaucus

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