Green New Deal Stories March 21

The Green New Deal might seem like it would garner enthusiastic support among clean energy companies, but those industries are thus far reluctant to publicly endorse the resolution.

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U.S. Representative Paul Tonko (D-N.Y.) introduced his own climate change plan today in the hopes of attracting bipartisan support, including those in the GOP reluctant to embrace any sort of climate plan.

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Green New Deal Stories March 20

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler appeared on CBS for the first network interview since his confirmation, and while he acknowledged the human contribution to climate change, he also said most threats are “50 to 75 years out.”

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Green New Deal Stories March 14

Secretary of Energy Rick Perry made waves at an energy conference on Wednesday, saying he’s interested in “getting together and having a conversation” with U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez about the Green New Deal.

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Green New Deal Stories March 11

Today in EGEB, a small Massachusetts city shifts from coal to solar. The conservative mayor of a 100 percent renewable Texas town talks about the Green New Deal. College Republicans want their party to tackle climate change. And Michigan’s largest wind farm comes online. expand full story

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