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What's actually in the Green New Deal?
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The Green New Deal is an ambitious plan to fight the effects of climate change. It’s the only American plan that actually acknowledges the size of the impending crisis. And it contains some difficult truths that we might not want to hear.
Read the Green New Deal resolution here: ocasio-cortez.house.gov/sites/ocasio-cortez.house.gov/files/Resolution on a Green New Deal.pdf
For additional context I recommend this piece by Vox’s Umair Irfan on the United Nations climate report, where the world’s best climatologists tell us how urgent of a problem this is: www.vox.com/2018/10/8/17948832/climate-change-global-warming-un-ipcc-report
This piece from Vox’s David Roberts, shows that world leaders really aren’t taking this urgency seriously. www.vox.com/2016/10/4/13118594/2-degrees-no-more-fossil-fuels
Finally, you should read this explainer of the Green New Deal, followed by this story (in list form) by Hannah Northey:
www.vox.com/energy-and-environment/2018/12/21/18144138/green-new-deal-alexandria-ocasio-cortez
www.eenews.net/stories/1060106501
I also enjoyed this piece, from Kate Aronoff of the Intercept, that imagines a world after the Green New Deal: theintercept.com/2018/12/05/green-new-deal-proposal-impacts/
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Vox
Vox 4 meses atrás
If you want to read about the Green New Deal in the lens of the 2020 election, I recommend this piece explaining Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s proposal: www.vox.com/energy-and-environment/2019/5/4/18527458/climate-change-jay-inslee-for-president-2020 Inslee has the most ambitious climate proposals; it is, as Vox's David Roberts writes, the Green New Deal translated into policy. For more from the rest of the 2020 democratic field, check out the Vox policy guide: www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2019/4/23/18304657/vox-guide-2020-democratic-policy-primary#Climate%20change - Alvin
Derek Smidl
Derek Smidl 11 dias atrás
@Xavier Soltero well this election will be Sanders' to lose so I'm good with that. Be as progressive as possible. Change the old ways of thought.
Derek Smidl
Derek Smidl 11 dias atrás
@Henry Gustav you PAID 40K in?! Man I get like 800 some dollars back lol. Also I have energy efficient everything and I made the conscious decision to quit driving 3 years ago though I still keep the mustang for sentimental value. I waste water pretty badly but everything else I'm good with
Rovid Bouski
Rovid Bouski 15 dias atrás
Ricky washington Hurricanes have nothing to do with man made emissions. If they did why is there no reactive effect? Low wind shear causes hurricanes, not high temps.
Rovid Bouski
Rovid Bouski 15 dias atrás
Michael kelleher, Solar poisons the planet even more than fossil fuels
Rovid Bouski
Rovid Bouski 15 dias atrás
Johnny chang, CO2 is not a problem.
Les Campbell
Les Campbell Hora atrás
Just found out that if you add seaweed to a cows diet it reduces their emmisions by 60%
Delta Philip
Delta Philip 16 horas atrás
Ice caps are melting on Mars to. How will the Green New Deal help Mars.
Kuri Inuki
Kuri Inuki Dia atrás
The climate problem is probably the best irl example of a perfect prisoner's dilemma problem, with three possible scenarios: First scenario: unanimous support and cooperation of the world's largest energy consumers, that means US, Russia and China will need to agree on a plan, simultaneously reducing their carbon emission. For that plan to work, all parties have to cooperate, and suffer a lot in the process. Yet the whole plan will collapse if anyone decides that "hey, while it's costing others greatly to transform their economies, why don't we double down on fossil fuels?", whoever does that will become the single biggest winner of the next century, everyone else loses. This is the second scenario. The final scenario is everyone being as selfish as possible hoping they'll be the biggest winner and everyone loses in the end, "loses", in this case, means the destruction of the human civilisation. Last point to make this spicy: for Russia, global warming and rising sea level are almost all-benefits, and they'll be the least affected by the global humanitarian disaster, both China and the US know that. Now, guess which of those scenarios will be the most likely one...?
kevin wang
kevin wang Dia atrás
it is ok, the scientists are bogus
No More
No More Dia atrás
no car, no airplanes, no rockets, no cheap food..... try you live like that?
Mostafa Saad
Mostafa Saad Dia atrás
No More bikes, boats, decent food. PERFECT.
0mg1tsbatman
0mg1tsbatman Dia atrás
Y'all wanna make new promises and black people still waiting for the 40 acres and a mule.
Daruny Beoulve
Daruny Beoulve Dia atrás
Give it 5 more years and them old geezers' head will be impaled on poles along with oil burning tanks and our defeated attempt to make this a better place. Money is winning, and we are coming to an almost certain doom. What are we to do? Start our own change with our own source of energy and reduce carbon emission? I don't know and it scares me.
Google made me do it
Google made me do it 22 minutos atrás
Make the change you want to see in the world. It is doable and if everyone concerned with the climate would, it'd already make a difference.
Jiří Dušek
Jiří Dušek 2 dias atrás
Hello Im from eastern europe, We had socialism for 40 years. Learn from our mistake dont repeat them. It will be disaster for America if you go with the green new deal.
David Aboud
David Aboud 2 dias atrás
No problem with all these changes so long as it is optional. Those that buy this story can elect to stop using fossil fuels or fly in planes and stop eating meat. The rest of the population cannot be compelled to conform. All good.
Mostafa Saad
Mostafa Saad Dia atrás
David Aboud 👍
David Aboud
David Aboud Dia atrás
@Mostafa Saad in your opinion. Ok. Then you run your life based on your opinion. I will live based on mine.
Mostafa Saad
Mostafa Saad Dia atrás
David Aboud not forcing into anything. Forcing out of stuff. This is as bad as drugs, except the entire planet on drugs.
David Aboud
David Aboud Dia atrás
@Mostafa Saad great. However you want to spin it. As long as your not proposing to force people into anything.
Mostafa Saad
Mostafa Saad Dia atrás
David Aboud we don’t need a few people doing it perfectly. We need a lot of people doing it imperfectly
rarityr6
rarityr6 2 dias atrás
Cost?
Scott Covert
Scott Covert 4 dias atrás
Also Vox here's a tip: when you're trying to establish credibility for a perspective/opinion piece, MAYBE not use your own staff as interview subjects. Try and find scientists and lawyers and other experts, not the guy next to you in the cubicle. And interview THE OTHER SIDE. AOC wants rent control yet the GND demands all buildings meet new green standards, which could cost landlords millions in renovation. So they'll spend millions to meet AOCs standards but also not be allowed to recuperate those expenses. Good luck with that.
Scott Covert
Scott Covert 4 dias atrás
"The interesting thing about the Green New Deal is it wasn’t originally a climate thing at all,” “Do you guys think of it as a climate thing?” Chakrabarti then asked. “Because we really think of it as a how-do-you-change-the-entire-economy thing.” -Saikat Charbarti, Chief of Staff, Congresswoman Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez
Cola Slimes
Cola Slimes 4 dias atrás
the 2020 election isn't about the economy, or even trump. it's about the survival of humanity. yes, trump is a threat too our survival whether you like it or not
Mostafa Saad
Mostafa Saad Dia atrás
Cola Slimes indeed
Griff Pizza
Griff Pizza 4 dias atrás
Hey everyone don’t trust the green new deal it’s socialism it doesn’t work the government just wants you money it’s a ploy to take total control
Griff Pizza
Griff Pizza 4 dias atrás
I agree that we need to stop climate change, don’t get me wrong I love my planet, the green new deal is just dems making a big deal out of nothing, blowing it way out of proportion
Vinny Paskal
Vinny Paskal 4 dias atrás
All the rich are going to go into there bunkers and leave the rest of us to fend for ourselves
Paul Lorenzini
Paul Lorenzini 5 dias atrás
AOC serving up some green kool aid with a side of brainwashing.
Bradley Cochran
Bradley Cochran 5 dias atrás
I like my suv thank you very much
Anonimous 1277
Anonimous 1277 5 dias atrás
Climate change is reversible with technological advancements. Not by killing capitalism like occasio Cortez is doing. Also production of lithium ion battery for cars isn't very efficient. It also isn't practical. Hydrogen fuel and natural gas is the future.
Spooky Fool
Spooky Fool 6 dias atrás
People are complaining that we should switch regardless of price. No, we shouldnt switch cause even with the new power source there is no one to power the nation like fossil fuel did. Sure the sun is unlimited and the wind is too but it wont work cause the country would go bankrupt and collapse. When the country collapses then there is no earth day, there no agencies to try to fix these issues. Exxon has a better plan than this and that's to capture CO2 emission and break it down inside the plant. The world runs on fossil fuel cause it is the most efficient fuel. The US alone uses too much power to use solar and wind and it would take years to switch, there is no possible way to flip to the economic safety they want without causing more issues. This green deal is a flop cause it is unrealistic. Most energy in electric cars is made by fossil fuel and you need more energy than what fossil fuel puts out.
paulo carnaxide
paulo carnaxide 6 dias atrás
Wanna fight climate change? Keep far left away from it.
surfer dude
surfer dude 6 dias atrás
"the only plan that acknowledges what we know is coming" These snowflakes really think they can control the weather through political correctness and social justice. It's another ruse to steal your stuff and give it away. They hate democracy, they hate freedom, they hate capitalism. don't be fooled.
Leonardo Moya
Leonardo Moya 7 dias atrás
It's like y'all can't even acknowledge that the only way is socialism, there's no how do we pay for it, it should be let's redistribute wealth while also dismantling these industries and many others
Ⰽⱆⱃⰰⱌ Ⱂⰰⰾⰰⱌ
it's like you can't understand that doing that would lead to mass poverty. Leaving everybody who works in those industries unemployed while the rich move overseas and grow their wealth in another place.
Ram D
Ram D 7 dias atrás
Other countries are laughing at us. stop this bs .
July Myers
July Myers 8 dias atrás
All these politicians can point fingers and name-call... but the real point is that something needs to be done NOW. Something huge.
조일현
조일현 8 dias atrás
Saying global warming is a myth, not normal. Thinking solar power wind power can replace coal and oil, not normal. Guys it's called nuclear. The only thing that can save us.
Rick W
Rick W 8 dias atrás
Talk about ethnocentrism... Yep. If the U.S. stops burning fossil fuels, the world is saved... except for the rain forests which still continue to be decimated and the other 7 billion people in the world using fossil fuels. Would be better to start terra-forming Mars. Consider this... We are the virus of the Earth and this is how the Earth will get rid of us - by running a high fever.
Champagne Hour
Champagne Hour 8 dias atrás
Please give credit where credit is due. The Green New Deal was the centerpiece of Green Party nominee Jill Stein's 2012 presidential platform. I voted for her in the safe non-swing state of Louisiana that year because I thought it was a wonderful idea that the Democrats may wanna take up (the same way they took for Social Security which was lifted from Socialist Party candidate Norman Thomas' presidential campaigns from 1928 and 1932).
Mike Wilson
Mike Wilson 8 dias atrás
The Green New Deal is big on promises for utopia that will never be achieved because it completely ignores human nature.
Reggie Cyde
Reggie Cyde 9 dias atrás
You know when you're booking a holiday, flight or concert ticket and that countdown ticker pops up telling you to hurry up before its lost? That's called a 'sales tactic' to give you a sense of urgency and convince you to part with your money now. I'll let you put the dots together.
Reggie Cyde
Reggie Cyde 9 dias atrás
The New Green Deal is just the old Red Deal in a shiny new wrapper.
Leonardo Moya
Leonardo Moya 7 dias atrás
If only
James Sharier
James Sharier 9 dias atrás
I ♥️ Global Warming!!!!!!
Kristen Sorensen
Kristen Sorensen 9 dias atrás
Weird no one mentions population reduction as a long term goal to end most of our ills. The jungle is beyond our control! A big volcano could end the need for any deal because mass famine world wide is just as possible folks!
Tramaine Green
Tramaine Green 10 dias atrás
I thought the world was suppose to end a while ago. 🤷🏿‍♂️
Reggie Cyde
Reggie Cyde 9 dias atrás
And all those ancient roman coastal forts... still there too. These people take us for the fools they educated us to be.
Comrade Corbachev
Comrade Corbachev 9 dias atrás
And Venice was supposed to be under water decades ago
Max Yorks
Max Yorks 10 dias atrás
Go to earth in 10 years
StupidSmart
StupidSmart 10 dias atrás
Can you please do a version on Bernie's Green New Deal?
Lucas Maldo
Lucas Maldo 10 dias atrás
IM PO SI BLE
Kye Price
Kye Price 12 dias atrás
This is straight up communism.
old man vollox
old man vollox 12 dias atrás
to see the real green new deal search old man vollox on youtube
Logann
Logann 12 dias atrás
Tell me again why cows are so bad? They legit are doing nothing.
Reggie Cyde
Reggie Cyde 9 dias atrás
You shouldn't have asked, you'll just get 3000 words of fanatiscm.
Thomas Alexander
Thomas Alexander 12 dias atrás
The cows aren't bad, the way that they're farmed are. Cows that graze require lots of land, so to increase meat production you have to increase the amount of available land. Which requires you to deforest undeveloped lands which protect biodiversity and act as carbon sinks. The other option is to force the animals to live in cramped conditions where they are fed animal feed produced from corn. Not only is this unhealthy for the cows but they live in deeply unsanitary conditions and their diets did not evolve to digest corn based feed and it does not sit well with them. Their undigested food and waste products contain high quantities of methane which is a far more potent greenhouse gas than CO2. (There are ways of harvesting this manure as a source of energy but that's beside the current point.) Meat production on the scale that we do it in developed countries is deeply flawed and it will only get worse if we continue to expand it for new markets. Until we can find alternative production methods we should decrease our individual meat consumption and try to buy local ethically sourced meats. It won't be easy to completely change but just starting to take days off and reframe your relationship with meat will lead to a healthier climate and a healthier you.
Amadioha Struck
Amadioha Struck 12 dias atrás
Devoid of facts.
Raheem Arshad
Raheem Arshad 12 dias atrás
If world would not do anything, nature will. And when nature revives itself, it doesn't see how developed or developing a country is.
Rick W
Rick W 8 dias atrás
We are a virus. The world is just getting rid of us.
Sgg10654
Sgg10654 12 dias atrás
I currently live in California, being from the east coast I am all about public transportation mostly train commuting. Last week California had a "clean air day" encouraging people to take any mode of transportation other than their personal vehicle. Take the train, bus, or ride a bike which most of those methods were free on that specific day...well needless to say no one changed their ways....I feel this is just another problem that people would rather throw money at than actually change their lifestyle...
greg arthur
greg arthur 12 dias atrás
so destroy industry and then support the people that loose their jobs with tax dollars that you primarily get from the people in that industry. Yep, sounds legit
F We
F We 13 dias atrás
The green new deal won't "save the world". All our ships, semi trucks and trains run on fossil fuels. Factories in China that build all our stuff are powered mostly by fossil fuels. The only way to get rid of them is to find something better, my opinion that's nuclear. The climate activists claim to be on the side of science but then they don't want to use science to solve the problem. As for electric vehicles they are already gaining popularity. It's not long before they become better options then combustion powered cars and people will start buying them. Government can help but they won't even be able to make a dent, they just want to steal from you and put more regulations on your life.
Andrew C Clarke
Andrew C Clarke 13 dias atrás
Don't let this happen Vote Trump
WB
WB 13 dias atrás
But but but but climate change is a hoax created by China!!!
skycat04
skycat04 14 dias atrás
The world is so much ahead in so many ways, America.... time to see further than economic growth... and accepting the fact that nothing is for free and sacrifices have to be made... especially when something is so urgent.
F We
F We 13 dias atrás
They've been saying it's urgent for decades now. Economic growth creates innovation and innovation creates new technologies. Nuclear energy is the future
Trav
Trav 14 dias atrás
Worshiping the creation rather than the creator.
Aleksander Keca
Aleksander Keca 14 dias atrás
The truth starts at 6:18 The beginning sounds good but it's all fluff
Hugh Mungus
Hugh Mungus 15 dias atrás
So basically you people have no idea what you're talking about.
MR. Mister
MR. Mister 15 dias atrás
This "Second Part" for me doesn't lift my worries for the Green New Deal, for it only makes me more worried. Something we've always avoided made so feasible in this one "Deal" complete and udder government control over our entire economic system. How do so many people ignore the most important part of the deal? I don't know -Do we think the government will just hand the power back to the people after all of this??? No, they wont. In fact we might not ever get our America back. -Is getting rid of cows truly necessary??? No, its not. What we don't see is that, this "Deal" just wants its greasy hands all over every part of the economy. (Some parts of this deal seem completely absurd! Their excuse for everything? Climate Change. Yes, I know your response... its a viable excuse. Whats not a viable excuse is the stench of socialism ALL over this document. -I again mention that what they are trying to do in this "second part" could be irreversible. Imagine playing Jenga with a house (A very risky thing, I might say) this deal plans this pull the foundation from right beneath the house. One rule of Jenga I know is to not try taking the three blocks from the bottom. What happens??? Complete and utter collapse. Unlike regular Jenga, Jenga with a house cant just have its foundation slipped back in. It will call for a need of complete destruction of all the house that we all live in. So their plan is to just create another house with an even the rubble of the house beneath it. Not a very "stable" plan is it. This house represents the economy of America which will completely and utterly crumble. Something that can NEVER be undone. NO Amount of money can fix this destruction of our economy. (Sad but true) -My final problem is this. If this is the "First Step", do we have the Second & Third ready to go??? This plan bestows all of our trust and power given to the government (Which would be a massive mistake on our part) and hope they know what comes next. I feel that if there is something that needs to be done... It must be done in a less extreme fashion that all people of this America and the World could agree on. Read the entire plan yourself (EVERY DETAIL) and get all your worries and questions answered. -A Random Guy hoping for something better.
F We
F We 13 dias atrás
I agree with you but I never went to college. The second part is actually creepy to me. Should have just said "you might loose your job, house, car and dog but dont worry, we have a job and a place to sleep for you down at the soylent green factory. All the free high quality healthcare you want.". Already 250,000 malpractice deaths per year in America, just wait til we let the surgeons know they are getting a pay cut and a tax increase.
MR. Mister
MR. Mister 15 dias atrás
Can someone change my mind??? Am I wrong??? Am I that one uneducated guy??? Or do the people need to know what they are really getting from this document.
Hayden Baldwin
Hayden Baldwin 15 dias atrás
Europe: America you need to be more green Murica: *But Murica want oil*
Vriend
Vriend 15 dias atrás
Yeah. It's a scam.
Truth
Truth 15 dias atrás
Half the comments “we payed for war why not this”. Simple answer, war doesn’t need to tear down the economy and the biggest industries in the world and build it back up from nothing while also handicapping yourself by not using traditional energy sources.
Adrián Durán
Adrián Durán 16 dias atrás
The only ones that have a huge population that don't believe in climate change is the USA the most ignorant and self focused sociaty in the world
SoulfuzZ
SoulfuzZ 16 dias atrás
If you think you can build your way out of this problem, you are delusional. Building is what got us in this mess.
k nerve
k nerve 17 dias atrás
Got distracted with the black cat grooming 0:45
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