Gabbard in New Hampshire
On climate change, she said the U.S. is spending close to $30 billion a year in subsidies to fossil fuel and big agribusiness corporations. Gabbard said she would end those subsidies and invest in clean renewable energy sources and sustainable farming. Not only would that help to stop climate change but she pointed out it would create jobs. Gabbard said she supports the U.S. rejoining the Paris climate accord and would work with other counties to combat climate change.