Mike Bloomberg ended his presidential campaign on March 4, 2020.

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


Mike Bloomberg's climate plans show how he's betting big on Texas for Super Tuesday

Mike Bloomberg casts himself to voters as a champion on climate change. But the former New York mayor is also betting big on Texas on Super Tuesday — and staking out positions in line with voters in the Lone Star state who are reaping the rewards of the U.S. oil and gas boom.


Bloomberg tweets

Our incredible team in American Samoa, who calls themselves “Protectors of the Earth,” not only got out the vote but took time out of their day to clean up a park. Together, we will elect a president who believes in climate change. Thank you all for all that you’re doing.


Where do the 2020 Democratic candidates stand on the climate crisis?

All the candidates have pledged to end new fossil fuel operations on federal lands, after the Trump administration approved new leases for oil drilling on federal land in California in December. But how else do their plans compare on climate and California?

the Guardian

Mike Bloomberg Wouldn't End Oil Exports for Some Strange Reason

Leading presidential contenders like Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have said they would bring the ban back. But self-proclaimed climate change guy Mike Bloomberg, however, would opt to continue exporting oil and gas to the world as president.


When I say I’ll fight climate change, I mean it. As mayor, I cut NYC’s carbon footprint and achieved the city’s cleanest air in 50 years. When Trump pulled out of the Paris Agreement, I mobilized a coalition to uphold America’s obligations. I don’t just talk. I #GetItDone.