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.Learn More »
Climate change touches everything. It’s a national security issue. It’s a healthcare issue. it’s an economic issue. Simply put, it’s the existential issue of our time. So I’m putting this at the forefront of my campaign because we have to solve this problem now, not in ten years, for the sake of our kids and our hometowns and our future. And make no mistake: we can do it. But just like we did during WWII or the Great Depression, we’ll need everyone to step up and pitch in.