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The Green New Deal was proposed by the Green Party of the United States in 2016. The Green New Deal outlines a plan to develop a new, green economy based on 100% clean energy by 2030. It has been endorsed and promoted by many candidates for President of the United States both in 2016 and, now, in 2020.

This whitepaper will provide a synopsis of the Green New Deal, highlights current, forward-looking programs that thoughtfully address “green” ideas and initiatives, and proposes sustainable opportunities based on emerging technologies that engineers, owners, politicians, voters and other stakeholders may consider.


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