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The Denier-in-Chief Era is Over! Where Now on Climate?
Tuesday, November 24 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm
Anti-Trump (icon) By Lorie Shaull, US (cc) Creative Commons, modified, Background by Tumisu, Pixabay free license
America has succeeded in evicting Trump, the world’s leading climate denier, from the Oval Office. And yet, to this point in the election process, the country has denied the Democrats the powerful mandate it seems to need to take bold action on climate. Without control of the Senate, it will be tough for Democrats to pursue an aggressive Green New Deal that can help us avert climate disaster, advance social justice and revive our COVID-slammed economy. 350.org co-founder Bill McKibben has suggested we may need to focus more on the important steps that can be taken regionally and locally if action in Washington ends up staying gridlocked. Others are suggesting that Biden may have extraordinary executive powers that, at least to a degree, can end-run stalling by a Republican Senate at the federal level if Democrats don’t win the runoffs in Georgia.
Join us for another 350Marin open-ended community discussion on Nov. 24th, 7 – 8:15PM as we ponder what’s next for the climate movement in the post-Trump era. All are welcome! Let’s think together about how to best celebrate this crucial 2020 election win by building on its momentum to create a thriving, climate-stable future.
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