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Chris Wiegard 7h
Congress, the playing field is unfairly slanted in favor of fossil fuels. 2 options: 1 subsidize renewables 2 force fossil fuels to pay the true “externalized costs” of their greenhouse gases and pollution Your call.
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Chris Wiegard Dec 6
Thank you so much ! This has been a painful recent time for our nation and our world. As a new grandfather I appreciate you standing up for a climate PLAN. Good intent is no longer enough!
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Susan Higgins 5h
Soooooo grateful for young leaders like you
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Chris Wiegard Dec 6
Respectfully Dr. Tyson, the human race must demonstrate that it deserves to go beyond its own solar system. How? By overcoming the self inflicted extinction threat of climate change. Rule the cosmos? First prove we can rule ourselves, by a .
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Chris Wiegard 7h
Well, it is possible to know what the world will be like in 2100, when my granddaughter is age 81. it will be a mess- unless we put a today.
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Chris Wiegard Dec 4
Among the righteous My granddaughter thanks you.
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Chris Wiegard Dec 6
That is a lot of people. We were pretty close a couple years ago in NYC when I was with 400,000. Not much of a Climate March. We couldn’t move. :) Let’s get to a million next time. And let’s demand a
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Samantha Wand Dec 2
World leaders are not seriously prioritizing the environment, ensuring the amount of emissions surpasses the 2030 target. There is no time for hesitation and carbon dividends can provide a real chance to meet the goal
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Citizens’ Climate Columbus 11h
Excellent Letter to the Editor by our own in today’s . To lead healthy lives, children need a healthy environment, and a is a bipartisan, evidence-based way to provide that for them.
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Chris Wiegard Dec 1
Yes, let the record show. How to fix?
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Chris Wiegard Dec 5
CCL Fairfax County thanks for all you do!
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Larry Peranich 14h
The price of taking action on climate change is less than the cost of ignoring it!
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Chris Wiegard Dec 5
Senate Climate Solutions Caucus entails a duty to serve ALL our great grandchildren. They come without a letter after their name, those babies.
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Robert Pearsall, JD Dec 4
Replying to @joncoopertweets
Precisely why the U.S. needs to put a . Good place to begin is the bipartisan Energy Innovation Act of 2019 (H.R. 763). The revenue neutral bill places a fee on fossil fuels at the source, then distributes the proceeds as a dividend to all households. Act now.
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Chris Wiegard 12h
Thanks for supporting a too! Climate solutions require stable economic basis and political durability.
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Chris Wiegard Dec 6
is a vital piece to the climate solutions. I challenge you to visualize a world in which we whip climate change with gasoline at $2.20 a gallon. Unless we find Harry Potter’s wand.
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A. Feldman Nov 29
Replying to @MLiebreich
Thanks. Sounds like we still need a robust to level the playing field and ensure that 7.6% ⬇️ per year.
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A. Feldman 9h
Replying to @BrentToderian
Put a robust and rising . When gas costs more people buy smaller cars.
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CCL San Francisco 16h
"Polls show mounting concern about change among all Americans. Among Republicans, the desire for more government climate action is highest among millennials," writes. Congress should work together to put a .
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Conejo Valley Citizens Climate Lobby Dec 4
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions to fight will require drastic measures, Dr. Taalas said. “The only solution is to get rid of fossil fuels in power production, industry and transportation.” Put a . Support !
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