Clean Energy Tag News Feed


Addressing Climate Change is Top Issue For Democratic Primary Voters in Colorado, Michigan, & Wisconsin

New polling conducted by Andrew Baumann of Global Strategy Group of Democratic primary voters in all three states which found that addressing climate change is a defining policy position in how voters will choose their presidential candidate – tied at the top of the list along with health care across the board. Read more »

League of Conservation Voters

Buttigieg in Nevada

“Tackling climate change and our environmental challenges will also be a focus of this rural renaissance. Too often, rural America has been told it’s part of the climate problem and not invited to be part of the solution. So we’ll invest up to $50 billion in agricultural R&D over the next decade, invest in clean … Continue reading ""

The Ely Times

Bennet in New Hampshire

Another aspect of The Real Deal is climate change policy. Bennet’s plan includes conserving 30 percent of America’s lands and ocean waters by 2030, requiring power providers to offer zero-emission energy to every household and business and allocating payments to agriculture workers to sequester carbon. With the limited support behind climate change initiatives in the … Continue reading ""

Sanders in Iowa

Despite being known as the Medicare for All candidate, Sanders didn’t open his speech with talk of healthcare. Instead he began by addressing the issue of climate change. It was then that Sanders was less inquisitive and more imperative. “When we are fighting to save this planet, it is not radical to say that that … Continue reading ""

Mason City Globe Gazette

Buttigieg in New Hampshire

The first question Buttigieg addressed was: “Do you believe it’s really possible to get to a carbon-neutral society in the next few decades and, if so, how do we get there?” Buttigieg answered in the affirmative and noted that the deadline to change course on climate change is being set by nature, not politicians. “The … Continue reading ""

The Conway Daily Sun

The narrative that taking on climate change isn’t popular comes from the fossil fuel industry. The data tells a different story: -92% favor expanding solar farms -70% support a law requiring all new homes to have solar panels -63% say environmental regulations are worth the cost