The Green New Deal is already changing the terms of the climate action debate

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The Green New Deal is already changing the terms of the climate action debate

Rebecca Willis explores how in the space of a few short months the proposed Green New Deal has shifted the global climate policy conversation

What a splendid irony it would be if the enduring legacy of Donald Trump's presidency was the Green New Deal - a radical, government-directed plan to transition the US to a socially just society with a...

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