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Climate Policy Mired in Politics – Is there a Way Forward?

In this episode we discuss the reintroduced Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act and insights from the Green New Deal resolution. What are the issues these policies face in relation to the timeline for making a difference on terms that matter for the climate? With Joel Stronberg.

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Matt Chester on February 12, 2019

I worry that bipartisan posturing and bickering won't be set aside when it comes to climate policy until some areas of the country get really hit with some effects-- coastal flooding, agricultural land getting irreparably damaged, deadly extreme weather. The areas most vulnerable to these effects are the ones often fighting policy solutions to climate, so once it gets real and tangible to them is when partisanship no longer reign over the discussions-- but the problem is waiting until then is almost certainly too late...

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