Jay Inslee and Tom Steyer, of all the presidential candidates, know the most about climate change and have the most comprehensive and detailed plans to address it--and yet neither one of them has yet been chosen to be at the CNN debate about the climate crisis (to be held 4 September). They should be on … Continue reading Inslee and Steyer, the climate change experts, not invited to the CNN Climate-Crisis Town Hall
Democratic presidential candidates will be debating what to do about the climate crisis. [Note: I’ve not yet found a time posted for when this debate occurs—MRM.] — source: Mark Preston, “10 Democratic presidential candidates will participate in CNN climate town hall,” CNN Politics, 20 Aug 2019, https://www.cnn.com/2019/08/19/politics/cnn-climate-crisis-town-hall/index.html?wpisrc=nl_energy202&wpmm=1
The Green New Deal is a statement that we want to buckle down and work so as to not be overwhelmed by the climate crisis. Though he’s not termed his plans as “The Green New Deal,” Jay Inslee does have detailed plans (forged in the reality of managing one of the most progressive states in … Continue reading The Green New Deal. Jay Inslee: the man with the plan.
Depressed or Hopeful? Resigned or Engaged? How should we feel and how should we act regarding the climate crisis? All these qualities are part of the climate-crisis mix, and are exemplified by the experiences of three people representing different groups: Kim Cobb, climate scientist; Greta Thunberg, climate activist, and Jay Inslee, politician and person in … Continue reading CLIMATE DEPRESSION, CLIMATE HOPE
Jay Inslee is the right choice for president. Why? Résumé, Character, Vision.(To see Inslee's plans, go to https://www.jayinslee.com/issues) Jay’s résumé is strong. He’s engaged. He solves problems. Whereas many candidates talk of general approaches to climate change, he’s been working specific solutions as the governor of Washington State and as the chair of … Continue reading Vote for Jay Inslee. Vote for the future.
2nd Democratic Debates: 30 and 31 July 2019, both at 8 to 10 p.m. Eastern Time (5 to 7 p.m. Pacific Time) Details about how to watch the debates can be found at the following address: - https://www.cbsnews.com/news/democratic-debates-2019-july-schedule-candidates-start-time-watch-online-stream-tv-channel-second-dnc-debate-detroit/ Debaters on 30 July: Marianne Williamson, Tim Ryan, Amy Klobuchar, Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth … Continue reading 2nd Debate of Democratic Presidential Candidates: where to see the debates.