I PERSONALLY BELIEVE THAT CLIMATE CHANGE IS MAN MADE – AND THAT WE HAVE TO DO SOMETHING
THAT SOMETHING IN MY HUMBE OPIONS IS
 GIEV EQAUL FOOTING TO CLEAN ENERGY LIKE SOLAR AND WIND -AND END SUBSIDIED TO OIL COMPANIES
 INVEST IN THE GRID, AND PROMOTE SOLAR AND INCNTIVIZE SOLAR PANELS IN HOMES IN USA
 HELP OTHER NATIONS, WHO ARENT RICH LIKE USA IS TO TRANSITION TO SOLAR AND CLEAN – THIS MAY MEANS NUCLEAR – ALSO AND THAT MEANS – INDIA AND CHINA . SPECIALY INDIA.. BECAUSE CHINA HAS MROE MONEY THAN INDIA
 IDONT LIKE ALXEXANDRIA OCCASIA ONE NIGHT WONDER’S PORPOSAL OF THE NEW GREEN DEAL, WHICH NANCY PELOSI CALLED THE GREEN DREAM.. BECAUSE –
[A] AOC ‘S PROSALS SOUND TO ME LIKE – U KNOW JEFF – GOVERNMENT TAKE OVER OF THE BUSINESES – THIS SELDOM HAS WORKED, AND A FEW TECHNOCRATS, SITTING SOMEHWRE IN A CAPITAL HAVE NEVER BEEN ABLE TO DEFEAT THE MARKET FORCES DRIVEN SOLUTION.. ALTHOUGH I AGREE THAT IN OUR CASE, THEER IS A MARKET FAILURE,
[B] AOC’S GREEN NEW DEAK IS NOT REALSITSIC- MENING IT DOES PASS THEEXCEL SHEET TEST
ALSO, IN THIS ELECTION.. ITS MOSTLY ABOUT HOW TO DEFEAT TRUMP AND WHO CAN DEFEAT TRUMP.. AND SOMEHOW, IT LOOKS LIKE PRACTICALITY WOULD ASUGGEST – THAT CLIMATE IS BELOW ON THE AGENDA THAT IS HEALTH CARE – AND STUFF ..
I EPRSONALYFELT THAT IN INDIA ALSO CLIMATE IS AN ISSUE, BUT IN THE LEECTIONS, IT WANST A MAIN ISSUE OR EVEN A DISTANT FAR OFF ISSUE..
VERY FEW PEOPLE, SEEM TO UNDERSTAND WHAT ARE THE TRADE OFFS – AND I THINK IN AUSRALIA THEY TRIED TO RUN ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND THAT GUY LOST..
I THINK THE DAY WHEN THAT COMES WHEN SOLAR AND ELECTRIC ARE COMPARABLE TO FOSSIL FUELS, CALED PERTOL IN INDIA, GAZOLE IN FRANCE AND GAS IN USA – THAN – YES, I THINK MORE PEOPLE WILL SWITCH – BECAUSE BY THEN IT WOULD BE EASY TO CONVERT PEOPLE
LET ME GIVE U AN EXAMPLE –
RIGHT NEXT DOOR OPPOSTE OTO MY STREET IA N INDIAN HOSUE – WHO PUT SOLAR FOR THERI AND ON THEIR ROOF, NOW, THEY WOULD NEVER EVER PAY AN ELECTRIC BILL – LIKE NEVER MEANS EVER
NOW, IT COSTED THEM INR – MEANS IDIAN NATION RUPPESS 200,000 – WHICH FOR EVEN MIDDLE CLASS IN INDIA – IS NOT A SMALL AMOUNT AND FOR THE 70 % OF INDIA – MENAING THE POOR FARMERS AND RURAL INDIA, IST A BIG FUCKING DEAL.. SO, U CAN DO THE AIRTHMETCI
ANYWAY, EVEN WHERE I LIVE WHEICH IS WHERE UPER MIDDLE CLAS AD RICH LIVE – THEY THINK WELL
200,000 KAINETREST BHI TO HAR MMAHEENE BAHUT HOTA HAI – HAI KE NAHIN ?
BUT IN GENERAL I DONT LIKE THE 4 STROKE PISTON CYLINDER
I LIKE NEW TECHNOLOGY,
THE 4 STROKE PISTON CYLINDER IS OLD AND THERE IS INNOVATION IN THAT MARKET –
I LIKE SOLAR AND NUCLEAR AND WIND AND SO ON BECAUSE T
[A] THEY ARE NOT OLD BUT NEW
[B] THEY CREATE GOOD JOBS
[C] THEY DONT PULLUTE AND POLLUTION MATTERS – U KNOW I BREATHE THE SAME AIR AS THE RICH AND THE POOR DO –
From: Senator Jeff Merkley <democraticparty>
Date: Wed, May 29, 2019 at 9:34 PM
Subject: It’s going to take all of us coming together before Friday’s deadline to tackle climate chaos
To: ajay mishra <ajayinsead03>
Any politician unwilling to take on climate change is failing our children and the generations to come. We can’t — and we won’t — let them get away with it.
The facts don’t lie: Climate change is happening now.
We’re living with the impacts every day — growing mega-fires, extremely destructive hurricanes, and horrific flooding. Climate chaos is here and American lives are at stake.
Democrats in Congress and in state and local offices across the country are proposing legislation to tackle climate chaos — but Republicans have not come to the table. Instead, Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell are pushing our country and our planet further toward the brink of disaster.
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I recently decided against running for president in 2020. We are currently in a battle for the soul of our nation, and the climate crisis is a major part of that fight. To prevail, for our kids and for America, it’s important to win the presidency, of course — but it’s not enough.
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