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The most detailed climate plan in U.S. history

Climate 2020

Government & Organization

In this special episode, we talk to Florida Democrat Kathy Castor, who chairs the Select Committee on the Climate Crisis in the House of Representatives.    Her committee issued a massive, 547-page blueprint in July. It outlines the ways in which the next Congress can address the climate crisis and the enormous opportunities it presents for a clean energy economy.   It is arguably the most comprehensive legislative report on climate ever, and will shape what Congress does on climate and clean energy next year. Dave Roberts at Vox called it “the most detailed climate plan in US political history.”   We talked to Rep. Castor about all of this, as well as the 2020 election.


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