Look Folks, There Is Only One Choice For President in 2020 – Joe Biden

Look Folks, There Is Only One Choice For President in 2020 – Joe Biden

By Miro Korenha and Monica Medina When we launched Our Daily Planet over two years ago, we wanted to change the conversation about conservation and climate change – to make these issues a key part of the political and policy discussion so that they would finally be addressed. We firmly believed then and still do […]

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Dem Debate Meant Address Issues for Black Voters Makes No Mention of Environmental Justice

Dem Debate Meant Address Issues for Black Voters Makes No Mention of Environmental Justice

Last night was the second Democratic primary debate that made no mention of climate change. Despite the fact that the debate took place in Charleston, SC and was co-hosted by the Congressional Black Caucus Institute, the moderators asked no questions about environmental justice or the fact that South Carolina’s rising seas disproportionately affect poorer, black […]

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PG&E Union at Odds With Sanders Plan to Make Utilities Public

PG&E Union at Odds With Sanders Plan to Make Utilities Public

As the San Francisco Chronicle reported, Pacific Gas and Electric Co.’s main union is pushing back forcefully against efforts to make the company, which is currently owned by investors, controlled by the public instead — something Sen. Bernie Sanders, state Sen. Scott Wiener and the city of San Francisco have proposed in various forms. IBEW […]

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Why Is No One Talking About Climate Change in South Carolina?

Why Is No One Talking About Climate Change in South Carolina?

by Miro Korenha, co-founder and publisher Our Daily Planet As the early contests of the 2020 presidential election unfold, one thing has been evident: for the first time, climate change is a key issue for Democratic voters. There’s been plenty written about how voters in Iowa, New Hampshire, and especially Nevada see climate change as […]

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One Cool Thing: Al Gore Vows to Register Climate Voters

One Cool Thing: Al Gore Vows to Register Climate Voters

I’m excited to launch a new voter registration campaign with @ClimateRealAF focused on engaging youth to vote on #climate this November. We start with a visit to @TexasSouthern tomorrow with my friend @DrBobBullard. https://t.co/omvFoSelxO — Al Gore (@algore) February 18, 2020 As Buzzfeed reported yesterday, former vice president Al Gore is launching a voter registration […]

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7th Dem Debate Finally Takes a Real Crack at Climate

7th Dem Debate Finally Takes a Real Crack at Climate

So we finally got a primary debate where there was a somewhat robust conversation about climate change! One of the most important moments of the debate was when Senator Bernie Sanders was asked to stay on the topic of trade and he answered that trade and climate change are one and the same–and he wouldn’t […]

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