Election 2018

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One party supports cleantech jobs – and there are more of them than dead-end fossil fuel jobs

There’s a wildly incorrect claim that Republicans are more “pro-job” or “pro-economy” than Democrats. That’s absolutely not true. By Zachary Shahan Cleantechnica Republican policy favors rich people paying less in taxes, which essentially means less money for the government to spend on education, health care, economic stimulus, and more. (Technically, the budget is actually quite […]

October 30th

Election 2018: Newspapers condemn California’s water bond measure as huge corporate give-away of taxpayer dollars

We’ve compiled a list of ten articles regarding Prop 3 in eight different newspapers and included an article from @NRDC‘s Doug Obeji on the City of #SanFrancisco teaming up with Trump Administration on #Tuolumne River. By Restore the Delta Background: California’s Prop 3 water bond isn’t about ducks. It’s about taxpayers subsidizing big agriculture. Sacramento Bee: […]

October 18th

Climate Action: Michael Mann and Tom Toles remind us to VOTE climate-deniers out of Congress

Two years ago, in the home stretch of our last presidential election, Washington Post cartoonist Tom Toles and I published a book about climate change denial (“The Madhouse Effect: How Climate Change Denial Is Threatening Our Planet, Destroying Our Politics, and Driving Us Crazy”). Denialism was still a major problem, we argued. Many of our colleagues, however, wondered why […]

October 9th

Climate Hawks Vote endorses Debbie Mucarsel-Powell for Congress in FL-26

Climate Hawks Vote is endorsing Debbie Mucarsel-Powell in Florida’s 26th District, running against Carlos Curbelo. “Carlos Curbelo, the Republican member of Congress who does more about climate change than any other Republican in Congress?” you may be thinking. Yes. But that’s a low bar. By RL Miller Climate Hawks Vote Let me explain what’s driving Climate Hawks Vote […]

October 2nd

New California law mandates 100% renewable energy (by 2045)

The California State Assembly passed a potentially historic piece of legislation on Tuesday that, if it makes it through the final legislative hurdles, will see California commit to being powered entirely by renewable energy by 2045. Senate Bill 100 (SB-100) was introduced by outgoing State Senator Kevin de León — who is challenging Dianne Feinstein for her US Senate […]

August 30th