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Environmental Politics in 2019: Where Does The Green New Deal Stand?
- Jan 14, 2019 6:56 pm GMT
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You've heard there's a new wave of environmentally-minded Democrats in Washington D.C. So what are they going to do now that they're there? How will the Green New Deal play out this year. And what does it mean for 2020? We address these questions and more in this episode.
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