We’re off to the races! The Democratic primary started slow
off the blocks in Iowa, but the nomination process is now well
underway following the New Hampshire vote.
What have we learned so far in this election? Where have we seen
climate and energy play in? And what’s to come next?
On this week’s episode of Political Climate, we
discuss the latest developments in arguably the most consequential
— or at least the most contentious — election in U.S.
history. Plus we touch on a handful of energy policy updates.
The Nation: Climate Is on the Ballot in New Hampshire
GTM: Time to Reinvent BP, Says New CEO
NYT: In Crucial Pennsylvania, Democrats Worry a Fracking Ban
Could Sink Them
Earther: The Trump Administration Is Withholding Almost $1
Billion in Renewable Energy Funding
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How Climate’s Playing in the Democratic Primary