In her own words: “2018 was the fourth-hottest year on record globally, and another near-record year for U.S. weather and climate related natural disasters. From the floods in the Midwest to the forest fires in the West to intensifying storms and hurricanes across the country, we have already seen the devastating, consequences of a changing climate and the toll it takes on people. Addressing the climate crisis is an urgent priority for our communities, for our economy and for our planet. That’s why on day one of my presidency, I will get us back into the International Climate Change Agreement. And then on day two and day three, I will bring back the clean power rules and gas mileage standards that the Obama administration put into place.”

(Source: candidate survey)

Amy Klobuchar Climate Change News Feed


Senator Klobuchar’s Plan to Safeguard Our Elections, Strengthen our Democracy and Restore Trust in Government

[Included in plan:] Ensure that those affected by natural disasters can still vote. As the effects of climate change become more disruptive, Senator Klobuchar believes that it is especially important to ensure that natural disasters do not prevent Americans from voting. As President, she will ensure that people living in areas where an emergency has been … Continue reading ""


Klobuchar on climate change

Minnesota Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar was on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” Tuesday, Nov. 5, where she discussed immigration, climate change and more. She also referenced the “Fargo accent” after Colbert showed a cartoon clip that parodied her.

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Klobuchar on climate change

Climate change, gun safety and immigration reform legislation, including a path to citizenship, are among the top policy priorities for Sen. Amy Klobuchar as she competes for the Democratic nomination for President.