Andrew Yang just released his new brand new Climate Change policy, and apart from the obvious transitions to renewable energies, fight China’s Africa coal-selling practices etc., he also mentioned that most Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck, so how are we expect them to care about the planet if their next day isn’t guaranteed? That’s where the Freedom Dividend fits perfectly.
“Yang’s most controversial climate stance might be his support for ramping up nuclear energy. His plan includes a timeline to get new nuclear reactors online by 2027, and he wants to invest $50 billion in researching new technologies that he believes would eliminate many of the risks posed by older nuclear infrastructure.”, as theverge.com reported.
Andrew Yang’s climate policy also includes global tree-planting, ocean-life and ecosystem regeneration, and the use of diplomacy in order to make other countries greener.
Andrew Yang’s climate change plan seems to be the one that makes the most sense, it’s realistic and would actually be able to move the global agenda towards the reversal of Climate Change.