What If They Held a Climate Emergency and No Money Came?

Jul 20, 2022 View Original Article
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    -44% Medium Liberal

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    -50% Medium Liberal

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    -11% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

82% : The Biden administration could act in a similar manner to redirect spending toward clean energy production, as Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR) laid out before Biden's inauguration.
56% : But there are currently hard limits to locating the components, including lithium for batteries and refined copper, which is also used in all kinds of renewable power and grid infrastructure projects.
51% : As long as fossil fuels remain profitable, the private sector will not provide funds for sustainable energy at the scale needed, and the public sector has been deadlocked.
50% : At this point, the existing subsidies for clean energy are imperiled without a legislative vehicle; a climate emergency might only barely replace them.
29% : When President Trump declared an emergency at the U.S.-Mexico border, he used that authority to repurpose military construction money toward building a border wall.

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