Seth Moulton ended his presidential campaign on August 23, 2019.

In his own words: I just had a daughter, and I want her to have a healthy world to live in when she grows up. I want all of our kids to grow up and live and have kids of their own on a planet without an expiration date. But right now, that’s not guaranteed.

I also grew up in (and now represent) an area in Massachusetts that’s defined by its coastline, both economically and culturally. And if we don’t act on climate change, I don’t know what my hometown is going to look like ten years from now, much less 20.

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Seth Moulton Climate Change News Feed


Moulton in Iowa

One audience member asked about climate change, and Moulton responded that the U.S. needs to become the leader in combating the climate crisis, which would include using American-made technology and growing the economy while still addressing the issue, instead of raising taxes. He also mentioned developing fusion power and decarbonization, along with developing the Federal … Continue reading ""

The Daily Iowan

Moulton on climate change

I also think they’re fundamentally missing the boat by thinking that addressing climate change is just going to be a necessary budgetary hit to the United States, a big debt that we have to take on, when we can really address climate change by growing our economy because addressing climate change is going to require … Continue reading ""

Los Angeles Times

Moulton in Iowa

National service: Moulton’s approach to higher-education costs and climate change is more innovative, if a bit idealistic. He calls for a massive national service program, which would be voluntary for all Americans between the ages of 17 and 24. The federal government would pay for college or job training based on years of service. The … Continue reading ""

Des Moines Register

Q: How can you bridge polarization on climate issues? Moulton says he’ll find common ground by starting with things that bipartisan lawmakers (cites Rs on coasts) acknowledge, like rising oceans/flooding and national security implications of climate change #IACaucus


Moulton in Iowa

Congressmember Seth Moulton (D, MA) spoke to a crowd of 30+ at Lucky’s on Sixteenth in Czech Village in Cedar Rapids. He and State Senator Rob Hogg engaged the audience on issues of climate and related matters.