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Castro in Iowa

Today I visited @TPI_Composites in Iowa to announce my plan to double wind power in the United States and expand exports of green technology around the globe. We don’t have to choose between protecting our environment & growing our economy. We can do both.


My state is only 3 ft above sea level, Biden says. Climate change is a “gigantic” issue from an economic and security perspective. “There’s a whole range of things we can do that’s totally within our wheelhouse.”


Klobuchar in Iowa

[Klobuchar] then promised as president to make road repairs a priority, along with “green” solutions. “Taking on the issue of climate change because as you know some of this flooding is getting worse,” Klobuchar said, to applause, “because our country didn’t have the same respect for our environment that your tribal community has.

Radio Iowa

Warren in Iowa

THANK YOU Sen. Elizabeth Warren for confirming your #NoKXLpledge to revoke Trump’s unilateral permits for the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, and restore a #ClimateTest for all energy projects today at the Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum!


Moulton in Iowa

One audience member asked about climate change, and Moulton responded that the U.S. needs to become the leader in combating the climate crisis, which would include using American-made technology and growing the economy while still addressing the issue, instead of raising taxes. He also mentioned developing fusion power and decarbonization, along with developing the Federal … Continue reading ""

The Daily Iowan

Harris in Iowa

About an hour south of Des Moines, neither guns nor health care were the focus for Loras College senior Jake Janson. The Coyote Run Farm intern is passionate about climate change, and he told Harris he planned to caucus for the candidate who would make climate change “the biggest priority.” “I don’t know if I … Continue reading ""

CBS News

In Iowa, Candidates Are Talking About Farming's Climate Change Connections Like No Previous Election

As the Democratic candidates for president made their requisite swing through the Iowa State Fair this week, they stumped near hay bales and posted about it on Twitter. They also brought an unprecedented focus on agriculture’s connections with climate change—an issue that’s getting more traction among rural Midwestern voters and farmers in the wake of … Continue reading ""

InsideClimate News