Wayne Messam Climate Change News Feed

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Messam on climate change

“When you think about the flooding that takes place because of more torrential weather events that we’re having, which can be directly connected to climate change, is coming up with an infrastructure bill that prioritizes resiliency, whether it’s fortifying our bridges, levees, dams. The next thing I would say is that we have to transition … Continue reading "https://www.wbur.org/hereandnow/2019/06/13/wayne-messam-2020-presidential-candidate"

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Messam on climate change

[Messam] has highlighted climate change as a major issue of his campaign and has fought against it as mayor. Messam supports taking immediate action on climate change and the end goals of the Green New Deal proposal introduced in Congress earlier this year. As mayor, Messam signed on to a letter from 407 mayors opposing … Continue reading "https://www.pbs.org/weta/washingtonweek/blog-post/mayor-wayne-messam-7-things-you-need-know"

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Messam tweets

When I’m President, I’ll make it a priority to lead the world & take bold climate action that will rival the New Deal in scope, rise to the scale of this challenge & apply the urgency required to get the job done in 10 years. We can build the economy & tackle the climate crisis.

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Messam on climate change

“This administration’s own report stated that if we don’t take immediate action on climate change, in 10 years we could have irreversible damage to the air we breathe and the water that we drink.”

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When I’m President, my administration will make it a priority to lead the world and take bold, direct, climate action that ➡️ Will rival the New Deal in scope ➡️ Rise to the scale of this challenge ➡️ Apply the urgency required to get the job done in 10 yrs #ChangeCantWait

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Messam on climate change

“Climate change is a big issue. In fact, when you cite the [U.N.] Climate Change report that basically states that if we don’t act in 10 years there will be irreversible damage to the air that we breathe and the water that we drink, that is an alarming statistic.”

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