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How Does the Resilience Economy Grow? And How Can We Help It Thrive?

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In this episode of the Zero Net Fifty podcast, we look at the driving force of the US House in Washington D.C. right now and what it expects to accomplish for climate and energy policy in the face of Senate resistance. Plus, we examine the critical efforts of nations and subnationals to build adaptable communities for both the immediate and anticipated effects of climate change. With Joel Stronberg.

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John Gage on Jul 24, 2019

I think the bipartisan Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act is the biggest first step we can take. It would help all members of Congress act together if enough of us ask them to work together on this. This page provides an easy way to send Congress an email to do so:  http://cclusa.org/energy-innovation-act 

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Thank Jennifer for the Post!

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