Democratic candidates have bowed to the pressure of activists like the Sunrise movement and have outlined plans to combat the climate crisis. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have provided detailed and often courageous proposals to return the US to the Paris Agreement and to redirect federal expenditures toward the enormous task of mitigating the climate crisis before it’s too late.
But what do other candidates have to declare about their intentions to push the US toward a zero carbon future? How do they envision national funding to pay for clean energy?
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