At The Last Debate, Biden Presents a Green Vision While Trump Flails With Rhetoric

At The Last Debate, Biden Presents a Green Vision While Trump Flails With Rhetoric

Last night was the last time voters would get to see both 2020 presidential candidates on stage together before they head to the polls. This time around moderator, NBC News’ Kristen Welker, picked climate change as a category in advance and began her questions by asking how each candidate would address climate change while also […]

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Biden Needs To Go On Green Energy Offensive At Final Debate

Biden Needs To Go On Green Energy Offensive At Final Debate

Later this evening President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will convene for the final presidential debate before the general election on November 3rd. While the first debate had an unexpected question on climate change from moderator Chris Wallace, tonight’s moderator NBC News’ Kristen Welker pre-selected climate change as a debate topic outright. […]

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Chris Wallace’s Surprise Debate Climate Question Reveals Trump’s Weak Spot

Chris Wallace’s Surprise Debate Climate Question Reveals Trump’s Weak Spot

When the topics for the first presidential debate were announced, climate change was notably omitted which seemed out of touch considering the persistent wildfires raging in California. However, at last night’s presidential debate, moderator Chris Wallace surprised the nation by asking a pointed question to President Trump about his understanding of climate science, after the […]

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The “Women’s Issue” Biden Should Talk About at Tuesday’s Debate

The “Women’s Issue” Biden Should Talk About at Tuesday’s Debate

 

 

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No Better Time for a Forum on Climate Change

No Better Time for a Forum on Climate Change

By Miro Korenha and Monica Medina, co-founders Our Daily Planet Out of 4 hours of air time, just a mere 14 minutes and 10 out of 170 questions were devoted to climate change during both nights of this week’s Democratic presidential primary debates. Certainly, other issues are important but climate change has been deemed by […]

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The Need for a Climate Change Forum is More Apparent than Ever Before

The Need for a Climate Change Forum is More Apparent than Ever Before

We couldn’t be more excited to share with you some BIG NEWS this morning. As you know, last night was #DemDebate2. For the second night in a row, it took more than an hour for a single climate change question to be asked and just like the first night, the topic of climate was only given […]

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