Biden Gains First major Endorsement from Environmental Group

Biden Gains First major Endorsement from Environmental Group

When Senator Bernie Sanders dropped out of the 2020 presidential race, his supporters lamented that former Vice President Joe Biden–the presumptive Democratic nominee–did not have a climate plan that was bold enough to meet the breadth of the climate crisis. As a result, progressive climate action groups like the Sunrise Movement did not endorse Biden […]

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Sanders Suspends Presidential Campaign, Progressive Groups Now Look to Biden on Climate Leadership

Sanders Suspends Presidential Campaign, Progressive Groups Now Look to Biden on Climate Leadership

by Miro Korenha Yesterday, Senator Bernie Sanders suspended his presidential campaign thus making former VP Joe Biden the presumptive Democratic nominee. For many progressives and especially progressive youth voters who overwhelmingly supported Sanders, the decision was disappointing. In response, a coalition of progressive youth groups sent Joe Biden a letter outlining a list of commitments […]

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Dem Debate, Bernie vs. Biden, Leadership vs. Ideology

Dem Debate, Bernie vs. Biden, Leadership vs. Ideology

Last night’s Democratic primary debate was the first time in this election that we saw just two candidates go head-to-head: Former VP Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders. With the nation in the throes of the coronavirus pandemic, the primary focus of the conversation centered around the need for a swift, calculated, and coordinated response […]

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Biden Wins Big in “Mini Super Tuesday,” Especially in Michigan

Biden Wins Big in “Mini Super Tuesday,” Especially in Michigan

Last night former Vice President Joe Biden handily won the Michigan primary, defeating Senator Bernie Sanders and amassing 53 delegates to Sanders 35. As of writing this last night Biden also claimed Idaho, Mississippi, and Missouri while Washington State and  North Dakota had not fully reported their votes. Michigan was arguably the most important state […]

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How to Turn Skiers into Climate Voters

How to Turn Skiers into Climate Voters

Snowpack in the Sierra Nevada Mountains has been alarmingly low this year and while the rest of the West hasn’t had as dire of a situation, since 1982, some parts of the West have a 41% reduction in the yearly maximum mass of snow. For the skiing industry, climate change is a true existential threat–though […]

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Biden’s Big Super Tuesday Success

Biden’s Big Super Tuesday Success

Last night was Senator Bernie Sanders’ night to lose, and he walked away disappointed. Super Tuesday was a comeback story for Joe Biden, who just a week ago was expected to lose handily to Sanders. Biden swept the South winning Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and the big prize of Texas (he also […]

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