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Senator Whitehouse believes the Biden Administration should go big and go bold on climate change policy:
“I would say ‘Just Do It!” Do it big, do it fast, and let the results speak for themselves. There is a reason why the Republicans had to misrepresent what the Green New Deal was and then attack their own misrepresentation of the Green New Deal. It’s because the underlying policies that the Green New Deal rubric encompasses are really popular. Don’t fight over nomenclature. Get it done. And let the facts give us the credit that will be due for making these improvements.”
He believes that a big, bipartisan climate change bill is possible and is encouraging the Biden administration to “lean in hard” on executive authorities across the government to provide Democrats on the Hill the leverage they need to get it done. Watch the whole interview here.
High heels, wigs, and full makeup may not be the attire traditionally associated with hiking in the great outdoors, yet environmentalist drag queen Pattie Gonia is using her photoshoots to bring awareness to environmental issues and make the outdoors more inclusive for all groups. As Yale Climate Connections wrote, Pattie Gonia says it starts by […]
by Natasha Lasky, ODP Staff Writer A new study found that men’s consumer spending causes 16% more emissions than that of women when spending similar sums of money on goods. The study juxtaposed the spending habits of single men and women in Sweden, and found that men were more likely to spend on fuel for […]
You may recall our interview with Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn where she explained the threat that climate change poses to winter olympic sports like hers. Now that the Tokyo Summer Olympics are underway, it’s all the more evident that climate change will continue affecting summer sports in a similar fashion. In Tokyo specifically, where climate […]
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