Poll after poll shows that voters want to know how candidates would address the climate crisis, but a candidate having a plan is not always enough.
Former Governor John Hickenlooper (D-CO) rolled out a climate plan that ultimately “falls short” without a commitment or clear timeline to achieve net-zero emmissions nor a commitment for a just and equitable transition for communities most affected by climate change.
LCV Statement on @Hickenlooper‘s Climate Plan: https://t.co/oadcqzHTBK #ChangeTheClimate2020 pic.twitter.com/oddIunTADs
— LCV (@LCVoters) June 13, 2019
Here are some highlights from climate action on the 2020 campaign trail this week:
For more updates on how candidates are campaigning on climate change, check out changetheclimate2020.com.