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Leaked DNC Platform Draft Shows the Party Is Improving on Climate—Just Not Enough

Transitioning to ecological sustainability Fighting for a new systemic vision

Johanna Bozuwa, co-manager of the climate and energy program at The Democracy Collaborative, discussed the recent leak of the DNC platform on climate with Dharna Noor

“It is good to see commitments from the DNC platform to unionized jobs, investment in public and affordable housing, and commitments to renewable energy,” Bozuwa said. She noted also that “[t]his proposal fails to dismantle the political and economic powers in place that allow the current extractive system to perpetuate, meaning it will not go nearly far enough to secure a just and equitable transition.”

Read the full article at Earther

Publication date: 2020-07-22
Publisher: Earther
Publication URL: Leaked DNC Platform Draft Shows the Party Is Improving on Climate—Just Not Enough

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