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ment. It would hit big oil for decades the International Maritime Organiza- of social transgressions, at least ac- tion.
cording to Harris. A basic climate idea includes a “foundation for justice.” Pete Buttigieg
Wind energy is highlighted. Her plan Policy statement: would “increase wind – both onshore “The American people are facing one and offshore.” She would create a of the greatest tests in our history. Cli- “Public Land Renewable Energy Zone mate catastrophe is on the horizon, and
Strategy” to “responsibly expand” re- history will judge us for how we rise to newable energy on public lands. Some meet this challenge. We have seen this other highlights: problem evolve from a theory to a real- • Rejoin the Paris Agreement. ity to, now, an emergency.” • Recommit US dollars towards the To get to net-zero emissions by 2050, $100 billion Paris fund to ? ght climate Buttigieg’s plan has three pillars: change. • Build a Clean Economy; • Demand international CO2 reduc- • Invest in resilience; and, tions, particularly from China and In- • Demonstrate Leadership.
dia. Buttigieg would spend $25 billion/ • Address maritime emissions via year on renewable energy R&D by
Pete Buttigieg proposes to spend $25 billion/year on renewable energy R&D by 2025 and $200 billion in actual investments over 10 years. Wind energy is within a broader focus on renewables.
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