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  • Monday, February 4, 2019

    The Climate Issue And The 2020 Election

    Climate change 2020: can the Democrats make it an election issue? Several hopefuls are embracing the effort for a Green New Deal – but success will require overcoming legislative hurdles

    Emily Holden and David Smith, 3 February 2019 (UK Guardian)

    “…[Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, a grassroots environmental and social justice group wants to do [job-creating things for out-of-work coal miners] like insulate old camp homes and use the energy savings to pay the costs…[It could form the backbone of the Green New Deal to remake the national economy and fight climate change] that more and more Democrats are supporting…The concept has the backing of the 2020 presidential contenders Cory Booker, Kirsten Gillibrand, Kamala Harris, and Elizabeth Warren and the likely candidate Bernie Sanders…

    The New York representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Massachusetts senator Ed Markey will soon roll out a brief outline…A Green New Deal will aim to spur jobs and tackle inequity. It will aim to help people of color and indigenous communities…[M]ost importantly, people involved say, the document will push candidates for the White House to explain what they plan to do about climate change…[E]nvironmental groups, unions and climate justice advocates have been laying out their thoughts on what a Green New Deal should include…[The significant legislative challenge will be getting all the groups involved to] agree on the best way forward…” click here for more


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