Tom Steyer ended his presidential campaign on February 29, 2020.

In his own words: I first got into politics specifically to work on climate change. It affects every American profoundly and it still isn’t getting the attention it deserves. Over the last 10 years, I’ve been obsessed with environmental justice, renewable energy, and sustainability. Climate change is an existential threat to our way of life, and the Green New Deal is a solution that matches the scale of the problem. It would create millions of jobs and kickstart new industries making us a wealthier and more equitable nation. Best of all, it would make ALL our communities healthier. The technology and the economics are here. What’s not here. . .is the politics — because our politicians will not stand up to the oil and gas companies and other corporate polluters. I have, and I will.

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Steyer in South Carolina

This is a crisis for Charleston & for America & for the people of the United States of America,” @TomSteyer says of climate change, to wrap up this event (which I’m told is a meet & greet, not a fundraiser).


Presidential hopeful Tom Steyer: 'Climate change is 'my No. 1 priority'

Steyer, the progressive outsider still in the running for the Democratic nomination for President, has emerged as a champion to fight climate change and strong advocate for what he calls “environmental justice.”

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Steyer in South Carolina

The Billionaire candidate focused on issues he cares about the most, and feels should be most important to voters, including dealing with climate change. “We have to rebuild the United States of America and we have to rebuild it from a climate-smart way. You know what that is? That’s the biggest job program in American … Continue reading ""