Project Description

Compare climate plans of U.S. Presidential candidates

One of the most important things you can do to fight climate change is to support green politicians who can lead that fight.

This online guide focuses on the climate plans of Democratic candidates for U.S. President in the 2020 election. Compare their plans and make an informed decision.

Support green politicians and help fight climate change!

WHY DO IT

Supporting green politicians can help:

  • Influence governments to take climate action

  • Pass laws to reduce climate change

  • Enforce environmental laws

  • Help businesses go green

  • Empower citizens to take climate action

GET INSPIRED

GET STARTED

Follow these easy steps to support green politicians:

1. Examine the climate plans of political candidates

2. Discuss their plans with your community

3. Select candidates with the best climate plans

4. Vote for those green candidates

5. Volunteer or donate to support them

LEARN MORE

Read media summaries that compare candidate plans.

Compare climate action plans of Democrats running for President.

These resources were posted in fall 2019, as a first introduction to notable Democratic presidential candidates. We plan to update this page in 2020, once final candidates are announced.

LOCAL RESOURCES

Here are some local groups that can help you learn more about green politicians and climate advocacy.

Marin and North Bay

San Francisco Bay Area

California

This listing focuses on Marin and nearby counties at this time. More locations coming soon.

CREDITS

This page was created by members of the Green Change Network and our partners. Thanks to all our contributors!

Editor: Fabrice Florin

Researchers: Marilyn Price, Kelly Horner

Photo: Guardian Design

Video: CNN / Time

To contribute more info or report an error, please email us. We will update this page periodically, based on your feedback.

This action is featured in our Climate Politics page, where you can find more climate actions to consider. Go green with us!

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