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.”

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Gabbard in Iowa

Amazing visit today with workers in Newton, IA who are building wind turbines for installation across the country. As President, I will usher in a new green century where we transition off fossil fuels and invest in a renewable energy economy. @TPI_Composites @AWEA @PowerUpIowa

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Gabbard in Iowa

Pivoting to climate change, Gabbard argued the issue does not have to be a choice nor will pushing toward green energy eliminate jobs, suggesting TPI as an example. She also claimed the talks of climate change has become a “partisan political flashpoint” dividing constituents into “climate believers” or “climate deniers.

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.@TomPerez As you prepare to vote this week, we stand with the @sunrisemvmt in calling on the @DNC to hold a debate dedicated exclusively to climate change. America, and the world, needs leadership on this issue now more than ever. Our party should give it to them. -V.

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Gabbard in New Hampshire

Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard joins Adam Sexton for the latest installment of the “Conversation with the Candidate” series. In this portion, see a more traditional town-hall style format where the voters primarily ask questions of the candidate.

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Gabbard in Iowa

Congressmember Tulsi Gabbard, looking toward the Iowa caucuses in February 2020, ties together climate change and foreign policy, as she speaks to a gathering of 75 or so at Veterans Memorial Park in Cedar Rapids.

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Gabbard in New Hampshire

Gabbard also touted on Friday a commitment to solving climate change, citing her 2017 Off Fossil Fuels for a Better Future Act. The legislation, which never made it out of committee in the then-Republican-controlled House, would have mandated 80% of energy used for electricity, vehicles and trains come from renewable sources by 2027. That number … Continue reading "https://www.vnews.com/Tulsi-Gabbard-appearance-Haverhill-NH-26780614"

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