In his own words: “Tackling the climate crisis is the most important thing we can do to build a bright tomorrow for our children and a better today for all Americans. Climate change threatens life on earth as we know it, and the steps we take to fight its causes  also protect public health, create good jobs, and grow the economy.

I have a track record to show that I will prioritize climate action and cut emissions. In New York City,  our administration cut carbon emissions by 14 percent while also creating a record number of jobs. I’ve worked with communities around the country to shut down coal plants that poison the air and water. So far we’ve closed more than half of all U.S. coal plants, and as a result, 10,000 fewer Americans are dying each year from coal pollution. When President Trump backed out of the Paris Agreement, I helped form a coalition called America’s Pledge to uphold our commitment to the rest of the world – and the first act I’ll take as president will be to re-enter the agreement.

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Mike Bloomberg Climate Change News Feed


Bloomberg in California

I finished my California climate change tour by speaking with community members from around Monterey, CA. They told me a little about them, and I told them a little about me. Together, we can make this country what it should be.


Bloomberg in California

NOW: In Monterey, CA @MikeBloomberg begins remarks talking about climate change, saying we can’t just talk about future we have to deal with effects now Also says he, unlike other Dems, is all in on CA and says you don’t see other Dems in the state unles they’re here raising $


Bloomberg plan would make all new U.S. cars electric by 2035

Democratic U.S. presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg unveiled a plan on Friday to slash greenhouse gas emissions from transportation by making electric vehicles accessible to even low-income families and improving access to public transit.


Bloomberg meets voters, discusses climate change in Monterey

Bloomberg’s speech touched on a variety of issues but focused on climate change and uniting the country. “California has felt the devastating effects of climate change,” he said, adding that the sea level has risen six inches since 1950 and California struggled with its worst drought in modern history.

The Salinas Californian

Climate Change Resilience

Mike’s plan builds on his track record in New York City implementing strategies to protect the community and infrastructure from floods, storm damage and other effects of the climate crisis. As president, Mike will invest heavily not only to lower the emissions that are causing climate change, but also to ensure that Americans across the … Continue reading ""


Democratic Candidates Position Themselves as Climate Hawks Going into Primary Season

Throughout last night’s Democratic presidential debate, there were signs of the strong progressive push on climate action that is animating the presidential race as it reaches a critical moment.

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