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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 … Continue reading ""

The Conway Daily Sun

Ryan in Ohio

Thank you @OHDems for the invitation to speak tonight in front of an AWESOME crowd in my home state! It’s not about what’s left and right, it’s about a #NewAndBetter plan to bring green, industrial jobs to Ohio—it’s time we start building things again!


Pete Buttigieg climate change plan includes farms, rural America

Pete Buttigieg’s campaign for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination is airing a television ad calling for action to combat climate change. In the 30-second ad, which will run statewide in Iowa, the South Bend, Ind., mayor argues that climate change is “too important for us to allow it to keep being a divisive and partisan … Continue reading ""

The Gazette

O'Rourke in Arizona

Climate change, O’Rourke said, is a threat to everyone on the planet, and to future generations. Inaction in the face of science, he said, will reap “the worst catastrophe, the worst hell that we could possibly imagine for every generation that follows ours.” The nation must free itself from dependency on fossil fuels and embrace renewable energy, he … Continue reading ""


Texas Voters Ask Julián Castro About Immigration And Climate Change

Castro last month proposed a plan to combat climate change, which would recommit to the Paris Climate Accord, set a goal of getting to net-zero carbon emissions in the U.S. by 2045 and offer economic support for farmers to help meet climate goals. Then he says he can address “this challenge of OK, well, are … Continue reading ""

In Council Bluffs, Iowa. Looking forward to meeting up w/Rep. Cindy Axne to visit Southwest Iowa Renewable Energy. The Administration’s multiple waivers to oil cos. have done great damage to renewable fuels & rural jobs. Cindy & I are fighting to stop 🛑 this disasterous policy.


Klobuchar in Washington

Klobuchar promised to move quickly on climate change, praising Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, whose scrapped presidential campaign made the issue preeminent. In her first week as president, she said, she would re-enter the U.S. in the Paris Climate Agreement, re-implement Obama regulations on gas mileage and clean power generation and introduce sweeping legislation to put … Continue reading ""

The Seattle Times