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Jerry Brown Oct 17
The only prudent path is enhanced understanding through cultural exchange and political dialogue. That is what I am attempting through the Fort Ross Dialogue with , , and others:
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Jerry Brown Oct 17
Let's be clear: Russia and the U.S. can annihilate each other if their mutual enmity keeps escalating. Mistake or miscalculation could easily result in a nuclear blunder:
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Jerry Brown Oct 17
Walking away from the Open Skies Treaty is dumb. Congress should stop this madness before it’s too late! We need more transparency, not less.
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Nukes of Hazard Oct 7
George Beebe: “Diplomacy and a desire for global peace have given way to complacency and a false sense of security that nuclear escalation is outside the realm of possibility.”
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NYT Climate Sep 24
Jerry Brown: "I want to focus our best efforts on finding ways to rapidly reduce to a net zero the global emission of heat-trapping gases. To say that borders on the preposterous. But it also is absolutely necessary."
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Jerry Brown Sep 23
The climate threat doesn’t respect borders and it doesn’t pause for politics. Now is the time for action from leaders everywhere — for humanity and our common future. With this Institute, California and China are pushing forward together.
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UC Berkeley Sep 23
A groundbreaking new initiative — the California-China Climate Institute, will deploy expertise and resources to advance research “Now is the time for action from leaders everywhere — for humanity and our common future” —
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Jerry Brown Sep 18
., your toxic tweets are insufferable, but your pillaging of our clean air is criminal.
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Jerry Brown Sep 12
One year ago this week, California hosted the Global Climate Action Summit and set the goal of 100% renewable energy and zero net carbon emissions by 2045. Leaders: wake up! The world can’t wait.
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Jerry Brown Sep 10
Bolton out. Good riddance. Tragically, too late to save the Iran nuclear agreement or the INF Treaty. Trouble ahead!
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Jerry Brown Sep 6
Shocking! Trump’s police threaten carmakers for following California’s clean air law. This smacks of Stalinism and bureaucratic thuggery at its worst. Congress, stop this perversion of America’s legal system.
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Jerry Brown Sep 5
The Democratic presidential candidates are finally getting climate action on the agenda. Next to nuclear blunder, nothing is more important for our future. CLIMATE ACTION IS THE REAL DEAL!!!
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Jerry Brown Sep 4
Really, Donald? We need to turn the lights out on this guy pronto!
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Jerry Brown Sep 2
3,000 workers in California are building the only high-speed rail in North America. The Chinese have already built 18,000 miles. As the 5th largest economy in the world, let’s keep going!
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Jerry Brown Aug 29
Trump and his carbon cronies running the EPA are doing their best to poison the air. Wake up, Congress. Deny all EPA funds for this wanton move to cause massive methane leaks. Stop the dangerous
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Jerry Brown Aug 26
My pals here on the ranch stick with me — even during the dog days of summer.
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Jerry Brown Aug 23
Hey , you’re looking for enemies? Try your buddy, Brazilian President Bolsonaro, who is doing everything he can to destroy the precious Amazon rainforest. This would be catastrophic and must be stopped.
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Jerry Brown Aug 14
Looks like the Trump Train is going off the rails. is near! Time to invest in jobs: high-speed rail and renewable technologies. They are our best ride out of here. JOBS! JOBS! JOBS!
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Jerry Brown Aug 12
Rolling back the Endangered Species Act is profoundly unwise. Mr. President, we humans are part of the web of life and dependent on other species for our well-being. You’ve done dumb things, and now you’re doing something utterly dangerous –– unforgivable!
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Jerry Brown Aug 6
74 years ago today, America dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, incinerating more than a hundred thousand men, women and children. Lesson learned? No. The world is still sleepwalking on a nuclear brink.
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