Inauguration Countdown–Biden Announces Additional Climate Plans/Staff

Inauguration Countdown–Biden Announces Additional Climate Plans/Staff

We have no time to waste when it comes to getting this virus under control and building our economy back better. Tune in as I announce my American Rescue Plan. https://t.co/4YAg0nhJMn — Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) January 15, 2021 Yesterday, President-elect Joe Biden announced his $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan which he described as “a two-step […]

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Interview of the Week: Kurt Bardella click button

Interview of the Week: Kurt Bardella

We sat down with Kurt Bardella, LA Times/USA Today Columnist and Lincoln Project senior advisor to get his thoughts about how Democrats can begin to enact climate action, how the Biden administration can put its young-climate focused cabinet secretaries front and center as well as the case for off-year political climate ads. Check it out!

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Biden’s Climate Dream Team Announced

Biden’s Climate Dream Team Announced

Yesterday President-elect Joe Biden announced key nominations and appointments of his climate team: Congresswoman Deb Haaland, Secretary of the Interior Governor Jennifer Granholm, Secretary of Energy Michael Regan, EPA Administrator Brenda Mallory, Chair of the Council on Environmental Quality Administrator Gina McCarthy, National Climate Advisor Ali Zaidi, Deputy National Climate Advisor A team that AP […]

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New Study Says Biden Climate Plan Possible

New Study Says Biden Climate Plan Possible

by Amy Lupica, ODP Contributing Writer A new study from energy experts at Princeton University delves deep into what it would actually take to make President-elect Joe Biden’s climate plan to reach net-zero emissions in the U.S. by 2050 a reality. The gist, said Jesse Jenkins, a Princeton professor and one of three leaders of […]

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Ensuring Our Natural Security

Ensuring Our Natural Security

by Alejandro Perez, Sr Vice President, Policy and US Government Affairs at WWF-US Over the last year, a previously unknown pathogen jumped from an animal to a person, spread across the globe, claimed well over a million lives and brought national economies to their knees. And yet, as devastating as the pandemic has been, the world […]

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Biden’s Climate Plan to Benefit Southern States Most Profoundly

Biden’s Climate Plan to Benefit Southern States Most Profoundly

by Natasha Lasky, ODP Contributing Writer President-elect Joe Biden has promised that in his first 100 days as president, he will work diligently to tackle what he calls “the No. 1 issue facing humanity”: climate change. His climate plan aims to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, and to produce carbon-free electricity production by 2035, while […]

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