The odd provision seemingly requiring men to recycle their urine to be used in preparing coffee or juice was not a genuine section of the Green New Deal.
During her appearance on the NPR podcast a couple of days back, Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez outlined her stance in regards to her monetary policy and how she plans to restructure the social/economic framework of the USA if her freshly proposed "Green New Deal" is passed by the senate. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) released last Thursday.
Ocasio-Cortez has since removed the document from her website that included such language as eliminating air travel or providing help to those "unwilling to work", but archived data shows the initial post did, in fact, make such a statement. Delgado and AOC: "a bad deal for NY".
Her digital dominance is a result of not just the volume of her social media use, but her videos, viral quips and the fact that she has introduced - and aggressively defended and promoted - progressive policies around income taxes and climate change on social media, such as the Green New Deal. He said climate change is a "national emergency", but stopped short of calling it a swift end all, be all of manufacturing practices in the United States, as many opposed to it have painted it to be.
The plan has already received the endorsements of Democrat presidential candidates, like Senators Cory Booker and Kamala Harris but, for others, it has turned heads for its drastic approach to fighting climate change. Global warming is a threat to the planet.More news: Add Zion Williamson’s Crazy Block vs. Virginia To His Absurd Highlight Reel
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It called for a 100 percent reduction in fossil fuel emissions by 2030.
At least six Democrats running for president have backed the proposal.
May Boeve, 350.org's executive director, called it "a critical opportunity to stand up to fossil fuel billionaires while kickstarting a just transition to renewable energy and creating millions of family-sustaining jobs", and added that "for too long, we've seen legislative action fail to live up to the scale and scope of the climate crisis".
The proposal from Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-Bronx, Queens) and Sen.