In her own words: “When it comes to climate change, our very existence is at stake. I have an 8-year-old grandson, and I think about what the world is going to be like when he’s 38. Will it be a place where our cities are underwater part of the time? Will it be a place where the Midwest has burned up? Where we’ve lost some of our great forests? Will it be a place where large parts of the oceans are dead? Will it be a place where people around the world are just fighting for clean water? We’re running out of time to make change, and right now, Washington refuses to lift a finger without permission from the fossil fuel companies. That’s dangerous and wrong. We are the wealthiest nation in the history of the world – of course we can afford to make real investments in renewable energy, green infrastructure, and a Green New Deal. We must meet the urgency of the moment, and I’m in this fight all the way.”

(Source: candidate survey)

Elizabeth Warren Climate Change News Feed


Warren on climate change

As an antidote, Warren called for a $2 trillion investment in environmental research, manufacturing and exports over the next decade to revitalize the industrial base. She estimated such investment would create more than 1 million jobs while also addressing climate change issues.


Warren tweets

President Kennedy knew that we didn’t have the technology to achieve this goal at first—and his commitment spurred a decade of scientific and technological mobilization leading up to the moon landing. To tackle climate change today, we need to make another bold commitment. — Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) July 20, 2019 That's why I’ve proposed a … Continue reading ""


2020 Election: The Candidates' National Service Plans

Several Democratic candidates would create national service programs dealing with climate change, the environment and conservation. Sen. Elizabeth Warren has proposed a 10,000-strong Civilian Conservation Corps. Gov. Jay Inslee and Rep. John Delaney would create a Climate Corps. Moulton wants to see a Federal Green Corps. And Buttigieg proposes local communities of service, a Climate … Continue reading ""


Elizabeth Warren says that as president, she’ll think ‘globally’ about addressing climate change

Warren said the most important threat – “the existential threat” – facing not only the nation, but also the world, is climate change. Answering a question posed by Kara Doberstein of Merrimack, a 33-year-old mother, Warren explained the basic tenets of her multi-pronged plan to address it. “This is one we’ve all got to be … Continue reading ""


Warren tweets

Anyone want a thread of @ewarren’s plans to fight climate change? — Team Warren (@TeamWarren) July 12, 2019 Here’s Elizabeth’s plan to stop fossil fuel drilling, promote renewables, and protect our public lands: — Team Warren (@TeamWarren) July 12, 2019 Here’s Elizabeth’s plan to invest $2 trillion in the research, development, and manufacturing … Continue reading ""


Accelerating the Transition to Clean Energy

Climate change is an existential threat. It’s real, it’s man-made, and we’re running out of time to address it. Our government needs to take bold action and use all the tools available to combat climate change before it’s too late. Continued »