In her own words: “For too long, our nation has failed to take action on climate change, putting the future of our people and our planet in danger. This inaction has led to record- breaking sea levels that are eroding our infrastructure, rising ocean temperatures that are dramatically altering marine life and destroying our coral reefs, and exacerbating natural disasters. All people deserve to breathe clean air, drink clean water, and believe in the promise of a bright future. We must build upon the momentum growing at the federal, state, and local levels to end our addiction to fossil fuels and transition the country to a 100% clean energy economy.”

(Source: candidate survey)

Tulsi Gabbard Climate Change News Feed


Fringe demand goes mainstream: Stop drilling and mining

O’Rourke and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren have promised to halt new fossil fuel leasing on their first day in the White House. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (I) and New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, along with Warren, have co-sponsored the “Keep It in the Ground Act,” which would also stop leasing. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has … Continue reading ""


Gabbard in New Hampshire

Representative Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) is running as a Democratic candidate for President. At a recent hall meeting held in Exeter, New Hampshire, Congresswoman Gabbard spoke about the importance of addressing climate change and reducing military spending on trying to change regimes in other countries. Living on Earth’s Bobby Bascomb reports from New Hampshire.

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Gabbard in New Hampshire

Every single one of us is quietly paying the price for these regime change wars,” explained Gabbard, who is a current major in the Army National Guard. “We see this every time we are told by politicians there’s just not enough money- whether it’s for healthcare or education or climate change, infrastructure, criminal justice reform, … Continue reading ""

Gabbard on climate change

In one of the more aggressive takes on climate change, Gabbard introduced a bill in Congress that would mandate an end to the use of fossil fuels for electricity by 2050 and ban hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling techniques known as fracking.

All people deserve clean air, clean water, & the promise of a bright future. My OFF Act will end our addiction to fossil fuels & transition the country to a 100% clean energy economy—laying a just and economic pathway toward a cleaner, more secure future for all. Happy #EarthDay


Gabbard on climate change

US Representative Tulsi Gabbard also weighed in saying, “Hawai‘i is leading the change we need to make to protect our environment for future generations, and doing so through our collective commitment to the Aloha+ Challenge. The progress we are making towards making global impact is due to local action, leading with aloha for each other, … Continue reading ""

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Gabbard on climate change

Gabbard wants to see the US move away from the use of fossil fuels. In 2015, she introduced the “OFF Fuels for a Better Future Act,” which would transition the US away from fossil fuel sources of energy to clean energy sources. The bill calls for 80% of electricity sold to be generated from clean … Continue reading ""

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Klobuchar in California

It was a different scene on Sunday at a Fremont banquet hall decked out with disco balls and chandeliers, where Gabbard met a cheering crowd of about 250 supporters. The Hawaii congresswoman and Army National Guard veteran focused on an anti-war message, arguing that bringing home U.S. troops from abroad would free up funds for … Continue reading ""

The Mercury News

.@TulsiGabbard makes the COMMON SENSE point that having hostilities with other major global powers puts our planet at greater risk—the U.S. and Russia/China/Iran and others will ultimately have to work together to combat climate catastrophe #TulsiTownHall


Gabbard on Facebook

The future is 100% clean energy. The cultural, legislative and scientific momentum combined with innovation and market incentives will get us there – it’s great to watch local legislatures embrace a…