Navigating the Presidential Candidates’ Climate Plans

March 2, 2020

Presentation slides

Table with summarized research findings

Antioch University Environmental Studies graduate students have assessed all U.S. presidential candidates’ climate plans against 20 benchmarks, including priorities ranging from modernizing the transportation sector, to ending subsidies for fossil fuel companies, to holding the fossil fuel  industry financially accountable. Their research findings are summarized in a table as a tool for voters to see how their favorite candidate measures up against the climate crisis.

On Monday, March 2, noon-1pm, Eastern, we discussed the top candidates’ positions on the following benchmarks:

This webinar explored what policies need to be emphasized, and what support needs to be leveraged, to strengthen our greater collective capacity to effectively respond to the growing challenges of the present climate crisis.

Presenters: Caitlyn Hatzell and Sara Lobdell

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