NewEnergyNews: Bernie Makes The Case For Hillary On Climate Change

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    Thursday, July 28, 2016

    Bernie Makes The Case For Hillary On Climate Change

    Sanders Says Climate Change Is a Central Election Issue; And Democratic leaders think younger voters will respond

    Evan Lehman, July 26, 2016 (Scientific American)

    “…[Billionaire climate advocate Tom Steyer’s NextGen Climate organization] is spending more than $25 million to encourage millennials to vote in November…[because they are] the largest and most diverse population in the United States, and Steyer believes [they will vote on the climate issue and] help Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump on Nov. 8…[His group is also] partnering with five different unions to canvass working-class and minority neighborhoods…Large percentages of African Americans and Latinos believe that global warming is occurring, and Steyer’s group is trying to turn those concerns into electoral action…[Sen. Bernie Sanders just told the Democratic convention this] election is about ‘climate change, the greatest environmental crisis facing our planet’…[He said that Hillary Clinton is listening to scientists and calling for New Energy to combat climate change and create hundreds of thousands of good-paying jobs while Donald Trump, like most Republicans, rejects the science and calls climate change a ‘hoax’]…” click here for more

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