The Green New Deal, explained

  • Published on Jun 12, 2019
  • 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:
    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:
    This piece from Vox’s David Roberts, shows that world leaders really aren’t taking this urgency seriously.
    Finally, you should read this explainer of the Green New Deal, followed by this story (in list form) by Hannah Northey:
    I also enjoyed this piece, from Kate Aronoff of the Intercept, that imagines a world after the Green New Deal: is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out
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  • Vox
    Vox  Month ago +593

    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:

    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:

    - Alvin

    • Jeremy Micke
      Jeremy Micke 9 days ago

      Vox stossel government bullies

    • Depth Charge
      Depth Charge 10 days ago +1

      Debunked when their own AOCs chief admits has nothing todo with climate. Bunch of gullble propagandist.

    • Depth Charge
      Depth Charge 10 days ago

      Propagandist Vox. They admit has nothing to do with climate. Your tinfoil hat gullible audience will be woke.

    • Daniel Holloway
      Daniel Holloway 14 days ago

      Why don't you read it rather than explain it. Or if you could put a link to it that would have been great.

    • ZFG Jerky
      ZFG Jerky 20 days ago +1

      @Michael Kim Yes, humans are accelerating global warming, but global warming has been a thing long before humans were around

  • Brandon Stennett
    Brandon Stennett 3 hours ago

    Hey ,favor could you guys explain the NO BAIL SWEDEN SITUATION ? would help us ASAP.

  • laughatmydeath
    laughatmydeath 5 hours ago

    UBI is the answer to deal with the pain. No Pain, just a new understanding of where humanity needs to smarten up.

  • Jeff Spicolli
    Jeff Spicolli 8 hours ago +2

    Until the world addresses out of control population growth which is the biggest contributor to ghg emissions all these ideas for cutting ghg emissions will never equal a offset.

  • Tracey Hogan
    Tracey Hogan 10 hours ago

    Hmmm. I’m all for change and saving the planet but I have to say, I’m skeptical. I’d imagine a lot of people are as well but the discussion might bring additional options and ideas to the table never thought of before. Just as the idea of The Green New Deal in the first place.

  • Jupiter Dancingbear
    Jupiter Dancingbear 23 hours ago

    so green communism?

  • Zakri Zakri
    Zakri Zakri Day ago

    Look can you guys just tell me what you know. Don’t try to use emotional manipulating music in the back ground on me. It makes it hard to take you seriously when I catch it. Now instead of watching your video I’m going to go somewhere else.

  • Aaron Richards
    Aaron Richards Day ago +3

    Only 14 pages? I'd like to read that.. oh look it's in the description!

  • Bonnie Baker
    Bonnie Baker Day ago

    Just as Stalin did

  • CrimeZ333
    CrimeZ333 Day ago +3

    To do all that in 12-20 years is nearly impossible. There needs to be a better solution than whatever the heck I just saw. Plus, it would have to comply internationally.

  • William Johansson

    Electric cars actually cause more harm than normal veichels driven by fossil fuel does, the nasty thing is that no climate activist emphasises the importance of production and transportation of the components within an electric car, those components are harder to make and therfore rarly profitable thus only a few factories make these.

  • Bonnie Baker
    Bonnie Baker Day ago

    What a bunch of lemmings

  • Bonnie Baker
    Bonnie Baker Day ago

    One logical question: the little broad who is the talking head for this scam. What does she drive? If she believed this herself, what kind of vehicle would she be driving? Con artists ALWAYS CATCH THEMSELVES!

  • Blake S
    Blake S 2 days ago

    7/11 a part time Job!

  • The Four Horsemen
    The Four Horsemen 2 days ago +1

    Right wingers, the Green New Deal is a set of goals, not plans. Not legislation. There’s no realistic way of saying “it will cost $X” because it’s just goals. It wouldn’t ban air travel, or meat and it says absolutely nothing about tax rates.

    The republican politicians who are telling you these things are lying to you for their own purposes. You should stop listening to them.

  • John Smith
    John Smith 2 days ago

    These green companys want to monetize renewable energy they have there fingers in all these new organic pies and are now trying to legislate it in their favour. This is a means of funneling the same money into there own pockets disgusting really. I hope trump gets in 2020

  • John Smith
    John Smith 2 days ago

    Created by vox not to be trusted open society agents

  • John Smith
    John Smith 2 days ago +2

    Irreversible forever it cannot be undone for centuries wait what!!!!

  • John m
    John m 2 days ago

    It's a scam

  • Future Aests
    Future Aests 2 days ago

    Go vegan if you want to help!

  • Alex Tamborski
    Alex Tamborski 3 days ago

    Wind and solar only work when it is windy or sunny. We should go nuclear. And the biggest thing is we will be reliant on the government wich always fails. Is takes away so much freedom the thing that makes America great. And finally it would have verry little impact on global emmisions and it would possibly bankrupt America. America would fall apart

  • ChinChinLinLin999
    ChinChinLinLin999 3 days ago

    Global warming: *exist
    Elon musk: hold my solar panels

  • Shing Wong
    Shing Wong 3 days ago

    This is a great video to actually explaining the subject.

  • Shing Wong
    Shing Wong 3 days ago

    But but but CNBC loves their ICE car companies. GM isn’t ready

  • Nyal Burns
    Nyal Burns 3 days ago +1

    Who pays for it. The government? It’s running a trillion dollar deficit every year but you think they can still employ millions of people while destroying billions of dollars of industry.
    It’s going to bankrupt the country unless you reallocate finds away from all the social programs. But then loads of old people and poor people won’t have health care and old people won’t be getting any social security payments.

  • Watchme Struggle
    Watchme Struggle 4 days ago

    what people don't realize that America only admits 14.75% greenhouse gases.
    So if this deal were to be implemented, you are only looking at a .2 Celsius reduction.
    You see the catch with the green new deal is to have other countries follow suit.
    If we can't even afford it (without destroying multiple industries), what makes you think developing countries can ...

    • John Smith
      John Smith 2 days ago +1

      Well all countries from Central America generate their energy through renewable sources. That’s because the governments from different countries put politics aside and decided to work together to do something good for the planet 🌎.

    • Ultimate Paine
      Ultimate Paine 3 days ago

      Watchme Struggle yeah the continent of Asia contributes over 50%, so if they followed suit we would still be f@cked, because they could only do it incrementally not suddenly.

  • Bryan Jahn
    Bryan Jahn 4 days ago

    I just wanna know how can we stop using all fossil fuels, nuclear power plants, and coal power in the next 12 years it just doesn’t seem humanly possible

    • Bryan Jahn
      Bryan Jahn Day ago

      Ultimate Paine I knew that I was just trying to say that this deal isn’t a very good idea

    • Ultimate Paine
      Ultimate Paine Day ago

      Bryan Jahn yes you are correct, but that 12 years doomsday clock is actually BS climate scientists have even come out and said that they are being taken out of context.

    • Bryan Jahn
      Bryan Jahn Day ago

      Ultimate Paine okay but even then we can’t stop using fossil fuels and every other power source in 12 years

    • Ultimate Paine
      Ultimate Paine 2 days ago

      Bryan Jahn nuclear causes 0 emissions. It’s disposing of the waste that is the issue, however there are alternatives to disposing of the waste.

  • Johnny Lifts
    Johnny Lifts 5 days ago +1

    Lol Man made climate change is a scandal on epic proportions

  • JumboJumbo
    JumboJumbo 5 days ago

    Where I can find/buy this soundtrack??

  • oikea keissari
    oikea keissari 5 days ago

    some thing i dount understan is mankind stamd for 13% of the global varming is the rest nature. and besides if yuo read the history of the climate its a cyckle that comes ewery 10000 years..

  • The FBI
    The FBI 5 days ago


  • Den Stew
    Den Stew 6 days ago

    The airline industry is the biggest culprit,,,, WHY doesn't a single GREEN "new" DEAL pusher ever discuss that?

    • Ultimate Paine
      Ultimate Paine 3 days ago

      Den Stew Nope in the US your electric company is the biggest culprit.

  • Berg the 89th
    Berg the 89th 6 days ago

    If you have $90,000,000,000,000. Then sure go for it.

  • Clarks fish tanks
    Clarks fish tanks 6 days ago +1

    Yeah not going to give up my NASCAR and v8s

  • Tres Loco
    Tres Loco 6 days ago

    There is a scientific consensus that renewables are not viable, and most scientists see solar panels as worse than fossil fuels for climate change.
    I would be all for funneling money into something like ITER and reforestation though. China and India for example have achieved wonders simply by planting millions of trees completely offsetting their much worse greenhouse contributions.
    You'd literally get a hundred percent or better return on your investment just putting the money into that, than you would by attacking traditional fuel sources.

  • Suspicious Pooh
    Suspicious Pooh 6 days ago +1

    America really needs to invest in a high speed train system like Tokyo has. I would give up driving if efficient train systems like that were an option. Where I live there's virtually no public transport.

    • Ultimate Paine
      Ultimate Paine Day ago

      Suspicious Pooh the problem with those is the cost, one just in California cost over 100 billion.

  • Bikram Singh
    Bikram Singh 6 days ago

    How about starting with deforestation of the Amazon Rainforest and deforestation happening around the world.

  • Schizo Neo
    Schizo Neo 6 days ago +1

    Perhaps let's call it for the Trojan horse it really is - The Red New Deal. You can fool some of the people some of the time, Vox, but you can't fool all the people all the time :) smooches

  • Logan Foster
    Logan Foster 6 days ago

    I'm sure us Americans are good with taking away planes and cars and adding 50 trillion to the national debt

  • Hannah Polish
    Hannah Polish 6 days ago

    Too bad climate problems are a lie.

  • TallCoolDrink
    TallCoolDrink 7 days ago

    Second step of GND is forced compliance, punishable by fines and imprisonment.

  • TallCoolDrink
    TallCoolDrink 7 days ago +3

    Green New Deal = Scam
    Do you promise to give a unicorn and a pony?

  • Anthony Fernandez
    Anthony Fernandez 7 days ago

    Video summary: "We're gonna end climate change and save the world! First we are going to end the use of fossil fuels, and then, SOCIALISM!!!"

  • Carolina Izaguirre
    Carolina Izaguirre 7 days ago


  • Eagle-winged Turtle
    Eagle-winged Turtle 7 days ago

    2 problems with this video: 1st, they skipped over the part of the story where the green party wrote the green new deal about a decade ago including a part about paying for it partially through demilitarization, and they have run presidential candidates on the promise of a green new deal. Since this democratic version was written you can find it called the ecosocialist green new deal. 2nd, they claim the dems will certainly implement it in 2020 if they win power, which is just proaganda. Much of the dems are still opposed to the gnd because they are owned by the corporations the gnd would destroy. Only a few dems would actually move this forward, whereas every Green has promised to work toward the gnd since its conception.

  • Fiz Ban
    Fiz Ban 7 days ago

    You call this an explanation? Sad.

  • _.SomeBody._
    _.SomeBody._ 7 days ago

    Question, what about the other countries that are part of america? What about central, and south america? What about the other side of the world?

  • Shubham Goyal
    Shubham Goyal 7 days ago

    This is the most socialist thing I have heard!!! The richest country has to do this blah blah blah. Come on, this is such a glossy and rosy picture that it is unbelievable. Stop making fools out of yourselves and actually read up on some of the ideals you support before supporting it! The facts these people are stating are complete hogwash. Just googling for 10-15 mins will give you a much better picture. Actually go and see what the scientists said rather than a 5 sec clip from their speech.

  • Ayesha Chouhan
    Ayesha Chouhan 7 days ago

    I just love box

  • John Doe
    John Doe 7 days ago +1

    Why does everyone pushing for this say it is not a bill...or legislation when the intent of this resolution is to get to a bill or legislation? The reason they want to pass a resolution first is to get people committed without having to provide details. You know...kind of like that Obama Care thing...we will read it after we sign it into law.

  • Irwin Fletcher
    Irwin Fletcher 8 days ago

    First you have to convince people to care about today and themselves before they will ever care about future generations. Do u think someone who sticks a cigarette in their mouth every ten mins cares about the health of other people? in the future?

  • rbodell
    rbodell 8 days ago

    In short ....... STONE AGE

  • pussyfoot productions

    Let's start with giving up our air conditioning. 😂

  • TJ Marochak
    TJ Marochak 8 days ago

    The green new deal is the biggest joke I have ever seen. Even with unlimited funding there is no way the US, let alone the entire would will be 0 emissions by 2050. I am all for improving the world and developing better sources of renewable energy, but the goals and timeline suggested in the GND is laughable. Its so laughable I can't even take it seriously.

    • Eagle-winged Turtle
      Eagle-winged Turtle 7 days ago

      NET zero. Not just zero. Obviously we breathe out co2, so carbon sinks are very important. The govt. Could hire people to clean the oceans and restore the forests. It wouldnt be the first time since the original new deal did something similar during the dust bowl. Before that, our agricultural sector almost turned this country into a wasteland.

  • mateusz sliwinski
    mateusz sliwinski 8 days ago

    I don`t understand the idea. They propose to change a system of capitalism and give money a poor people and colour people? Why coloured people? All we are equel, yes? A White peopole can`t be poor?
    Secend, whe had that great idea. It was named socialism. It didn`t work...

  • Two Words For You
    Two Words For You 8 days ago

    Lol electric car are good for the environment Idk if they know how they get lithium for the batteries that power the electric vehicles or how they would power all these electric cars without coal

    • Eagle-winged Turtle
      Eagle-winged Turtle 7 days ago

      Its not just about cars, especially as our biggest polluters are not individuals, but rather the military and big business. Yes, a large part of r&d will be battery advancements, but boiling the gnd down to electric cars is silly and dishonest.

  • Two Words For You
    Two Words For You 8 days ago +1

    This is just to implement socialism nothing more nothing less

    • christian penchev
      christian penchev 8 days ago +1

      The bill lists a plan that is impossible to do. It's sad that people actually support it.

  • 2030 Aries
    2030 Aries 8 days ago

    This old people in power doesn’t care about the future they only care about the their position their money ,one day they will be held responsible for everything

    • Berg the 89th
      Berg the 89th 6 days ago

      If you can come up with $90,000,000,000,000 plus, then maybe they’ll listen.

  • limited edition
    limited edition 9 days ago +1

    what if Mars was once a civilization like us, but couldn’t save their planet. Earth could be Mars in no time. and yet we still haven’t learned our lesson.

    • israel24961
      israel24961 6 days ago

      Did they make it's magnetic field weaker?
      Climate change at that extreme is impossible. It's impossible to stop, as a flood or an earth quake. I would rather live all the day with an air mask than seeing people starving on the streets.

  • hogan279
    hogan279 9 days ago +1

    when these rich clowns start riding there bike to work, then I might listen.

  • That1lameguy
    That1lameguy 9 days ago

    Hmm. Maybe there is some serious truth in this.

  • Omar Desouky
    Omar Desouky 9 days ago

    Decrease military spending and its easily doable.

    • Brian
      Brian 5 days ago

      Even if we raised 10 times the current amount of military spending it wouldn’t even cover 1/3 of the total cost of this plan.

    • christian penchev
      christian penchev 8 days ago

      What? Are you delusional?

  • Clyde Barrow
    Clyde Barrow 9 days ago

    Explain what. This deal won’t stop global warming. We need a better one not made by a bunch of fired up millennials who turn on each other

  • Nikita Evdokimov
    Nikita Evdokimov 9 days ago +14

    US Government be like:
    - Money for weapons/army/defense/wars - sure, here you are, take some more
    - Money for Green New Deal - sorry, we have no money to pay for it (6:37)

    I think we all know what they should do to find the money for Green New Deal

    • Eagle-winged Turtle
      Eagle-winged Turtle 5 days ago

      @Brian you are assuming that energy production/consumption must grow infinitely, and same with the rest of industry, which is physically impossible. You are also assuming the stability of our current system, which is incredibly unstablev and we are overdue for an economic downturn. You imply we ought to do nothing when drastic times call for drastic measures. Our economy totally collapsed just over a decade ago, and people are really suffering still. In the 30s when that happened, fdr confronted the economic crash, the dustbowl, and a lot of the people's needs after strong unions led by socialists demanded the nd. This led to the most prosperous economic period in history. As a result of the nd, Americans built a lot that was previously inconceivable. It worked because the goal was not profit, but people (except minority communities). This is the kind of bold change our country needs again even if it leads to less consumption overall (with some modern changes). In the 21st c, there are other ways to ensure a booming economy without perpetuating a throw-away culture of toxic products made with toxic energy backed by the gamblers of wall st. If we continue the way we are going we will have nothing left. I'm going to put this simply: other animals don't foul their water, and humans have done this on a massive scale. Money is just a stand in for what we prioritize as a society, and right now, and things like clean water and keeping the sea levels from engulfing our cities ought to be at the top of our list. Your naysaying does nothing, but the gnd is an agreement to focus on and environmental-economic strategy to overhaul the old industrial system that isnt working for Americans.

    • Brian
      Brian 5 days ago

      Eagle-winged Turtle Your assuming:
      1. This will create jobs and generate economic growth
      2. This will increase industry and increase economic growth.
      In order to create jobs you first have to actually create products or grow an industry, which means you have to have an understanding of what you are building. The GND does not do this.
      Any sensible energy transition plan should be able to tell you:
      - how much generation is required to sustain a society
      - how much capacity and generation your energy sources will have.
      If I ask a GND supporter how much solar capacity the GND plans to increase in any given year, can you answer this question?
      No, because not only does the GND provide ZERO data of any kind in terms of actual power generation or projected capacity increases, it doesn’t even specify what type of energy sources it plans to use beyond just renewable.
      Additionally in order to grow the industry you have to have a good understanding of how that energy source is used. The GND wants to massively increase renewable capacity. Ok just using data from the US BLS and assuming every home in the USA uses a 7.5KW solar array, you can calculate that the net generation from residential solar is approximately 36% of our net portfolio.
      That’s great but not even close to being enough to replace fossil fuels or other energy sources.
      Here’s where the GND is devoid of logic. If you have to use more than residential solar this will require you to build- utility scale wind and solar. Utility scale wind and solar takes up sq miles of land. You cannot build these within city limits, and in order to maximize your production you will want to build large arrays which produce very large amounts of power.
      The GND contains ZERO language of any kind about transmission infrastructure. This doesn’t make any sense.
      1. Using low voltage power line to transfer electricity across large distance will cause significant power loss due to overheating of lines.
      2. If you attempt to transfer very large energy loads ok distribution cable the heat generated in the process will literally fry your line and potentially cause it to catch on fire.
      Unless you are planning on completely redesigning urban development of every city in the USA you will require transmission line to transfer your electricity from utility scale solar and wind to your cities, but apparently the GND doesn’t want to use any transmission infrastructure.
      This suggests either the co-sponsors want to completely redesign this country or they have no idea how electricity is actually transferred in this country.
      This is just one example of how the GND is complete utter nonsense.
      As for economic growth, if you can’t supply electricity to your industries and businesses your economy will collapse as they are unable to produce their products.

    • Eagle-winged Turtle
      Eagle-winged Turtle 5 days ago

      @Brian first of all, the gnd is an investment that will pay most of itself off eventually because of the economic growth in the plan. 2ndly, the military can be cut a lot more than you think

    • Brian
      Brian 5 days ago

      Even if we took 100% of military discrepancy spending it wouldn’t even cover 1/10 of the net cost of the GND over 10 years.

    • Eagle-winged Turtle
      Eagle-winged Turtle 5 days ago

      @Jacob Newpher why would you think it's an either/or? **multitasking is equipped**

  • Drew Williams
    Drew Williams 9 days ago

    They have no way of paying for this plan, and they don't even have a plan. As a scientist the evidence for this isn't even totally understood. And if this problem exists then it must be a global effort. It can't just be America.

  • Travis Burchell
    Travis Burchell 9 days ago

    😑 boo green new deal.

  • Sw33tpotatofri3z
    Sw33tpotatofri3z 9 days ago +1

    "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? because we really think of it as a how-do-you-change-the-entire-economy thing." -- Saikat Chakrabarti, chief of staff to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the U.S. Representative from New York's 14th congressional district representing portions of The Bronx and Queens in New York City.

  • Chris topher
    Chris topher 9 days ago +1

    0 emissions is impossible, but carbon neutral or carbon negative could happen by still using airplanes and cars but growing a shitload of algae or some other type of carbon sink and burying it

  • Flying Steel
    Flying Steel 9 days ago


  • Eugene Eugene
    Eugene Eugene 10 days ago

    Ohh God lol 😭🤣

  • David Aboud
    David Aboud 10 days ago

    You all realize a study by Finnish and Japanese academics found no evidence of man made climate change. Just saying!!!

  • kb csDJvno \]][,.
    kb csDJvno \]][,. 10 days ago +11

    “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? Because we really think of it as a how-do-you-change-the-entire-economy thing.”
    ---Saikat Chakrabarti May 2019

    • Andrew Cole
      Andrew Cole 7 days ago +1

      Yes ... hence the NEW DEAL part of "Green New Deal." The original intent was for it to be a NEW New Deal, providing literally uncountable jobs (hence changing the entire economy, like FDR did with the New Deal), and stopping climate change at the same time.
      This is a weak talking point.

  • kb csDJvno \]][,.
    kb csDJvno \]][,. 10 days ago +4

    “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? Because we really think of it as a how-do-you-change-the-entire-economy thing.”
    ---Saikat Chakrabarti May 2019

  • sam johnson
    sam johnson 10 days ago

    Anyone else notice the chart was linear before and after the discovery of fossil fuels. Smh.

  • c a t
    c a t 10 days ago +9

    A UBI will be EXTREMELY important in handling the Green New Deal. Not every worker get into a new job quick enough, and a better social security net is necessary here.

  • Michele Gambacorta
    Michele Gambacorta 10 days ago +7

    Everybody is always ready to say "let's cut emissions!" but no one wants to give up on the last smartphone.
    The cleanest energy that exist is the one you do not use.

  • keisham michael
    keisham michael 10 days ago

    Green new deal is nothing but a socialist agenda to make themselves rich.

  • John Pixelty
    John Pixelty 11 days ago

    Is this the comment section where all tree-huggers meet? Hello tree huggers

  • Aisling
    Aisling 11 days ago +4

    Let's shut this down.
    If countries don't work together, America would waste money on nothing.

    • Eagle-winged Turtle
      Eagle-winged Turtle 7 days ago

      @Aisling money=value, so if you don't think a 2-birds-with-one-stone plan for economic growth and environmental sustainability, what could you possibly value? I guess you don't value education either since you are attacking with an ad homenim instead of an evidence-based argument. ;)

    • Aisling
      Aisling 7 days ago

      @Eagle-winged Turtle You don't seem to know how both governments and the environment work, do you?

    • Eagle-winged Turtle
      Eagle-winged Turtle 7 days ago

      What happened to American Exceptionalism? The world has been following America's example for decades, except now we lag behind developed and undeveloped nations in nearly all of our policies. If anything we are holding the rest of the world back because we spend all our money on a military that is a major contributor to both global warming and the world's suffering under imperialist policies.

    • TJ Marochak
      TJ Marochak 8 days ago

      Thank you! this is the only meaningful post I've seen. The US is just a part of the world emissions. And the rest of the world will not follow suit, its impossible. As long as fossil fuels are available and cheap they will be used.

  • Pepins Spot
    Pepins Spot 11 days ago

    We're f*cked.

  • Jonathan Shirman
    Jonathan Shirman 11 days ago

    Wait so the scientists were wrong 20 years ago about what the appropriate temperature is ... but are right now?

  • Average Toad
    Average Toad 11 days ago

    Just invest in fusion

  • gokul balagopal
    gokul balagopal 11 days ago

    Only Democrats can save america

    • Jenn smith
      Jenn smith 10 days ago

      save America from what.....freedom?

  • ken smith
    ken smith 11 days ago


    • ken smith
      ken smith 11 days ago

      algee has many potental human uses chemicaly speaking like oil does

    • ken smith
      ken smith 11 days ago

      algee takes sun light makes sugers and protines from salts it dosnt heat up it stores that energy chemicaly

    • ken smith
      ken smith 11 days ago

      Loss of Algee will in all rational logic be drastic Acclrating event its are planets biggest co2 converter by suface area of the globe

    • ken smith
      ken smith 11 days ago

      Algee is light depent algee dies without light plasic in are oceans abosrbes light thus blocks light from algee
      Algee is effected by tempture the ocean water heats up algee dies
      Algee breaths co2 exhales o2 like trees
      more of the earth is a envorment for algee then tree leaves
      loss of liveable space for algee is a bigger loss of co2 converting life forms then can be lost from land
      smog abosrbes light it becomes heat
      plasic abosrbes light becomes heat
      both add to the green house gas effect by abosrbing rather then reflecting
      citys are heated by smog
      plasic absorbs light increasing the light abosrbed by ocean water thus acts like smog does across the water surface
      algee under the plasic layer dies from light loss
      algee in the plasic layer dies from heat
      the depth of algee seems constraned to the depth of plasic 10-20 feet in are oceans

    • ken smith
      ken smith 11 days ago

      Algee Lossages?

  • Brandon Liao
    Brandon Liao 11 days ago +4

    *Smokes a cigarette*
    "zeRo CArbOn eMiIssiOns!"

  • gwho
    gwho 11 days ago +3

    Everyone posting here actually thinks the green new deal will work, and it's just too expensive.
    No, it's too expensive AND it won't work.

    • Brian
      Brian 5 days ago

      Juniyuni You do realize that most 100% renewable by 2050 published scientific studies evaluate the cost of transition between $12 and $25 trillion?
      Here’s the thing those studies focus on electricity transitions and some include transportation conversion.
      The GND includes a much much larger scope and 1/3 the timeframe for completion.
      At $600 billion over 10 years that’s only $6 trillion, less than 1/2 the average of 100% renewable studies by 2050 focusing on electricity transitions.
      Your argument is not effective solely based on math...

    • Brian
      Brian 9 days ago

      Juniyuni Even $6 trillion dollars over 10 years is less than 1/2 of cost estimates for 100% renewable by 2050.
      These cost estimates are from published scientific studies on energy transitions focused solely on electrical generation and transportation.

    • Jenn smith
      Jenn smith 10 days ago

      since according to the socialists we're all gonna be dead in 12 years, why do we need a green new deal?
      why not spend the money on a 12 year party?

    • Juniyuni
      Juniyuni 11 days ago

      okay I'll go tell my kids that we couldn't save the world cause it's too expensive, But hey we got a military budget of 600 billion, ain't that cool?

    • James Kirkpatrick
      James Kirkpatrick 11 days ago

      cool, what is your thinking behind that?

  • Kanishka Sihare
    Kanishka Sihare 11 days ago +2

    Then what is the solution?
    If this initiative has too many set-backs then how are we going to fight against what's coming?

    • Jenn smith
      Jenn smith 10 days ago

      @Kanishka Sihare
      what are you trying to solve?
      give me a scientific problem statement to discuss.

    • Kanishka Sihare
      Kanishka Sihare 10 days ago

      @Jenn smith but still there's a threat that needs attention
      So is it not okay to bring it in the agenda?
      To start solving someone has to initiate right?

    • Jenn smith
      Jenn smith 10 days ago +1

      there's nothing coming or happening that never happened before.....relax, it's all just left wing fear mongering to advance their socialist agneda.
      a make believe crisis with no scientific solution.


    We Should Abolish The GOP And Put The Democratic Party For The Next 50 Years And Maybe This Will Become True. Vote Democrat In 2020 So We Could Win The White House And The Senate

  • David Chodor
    David Chodor 12 days ago

    The Green New Deal is exactly what we need-It is an excellent first step!

    • Jenn smith
      Jenn smith 10 days ago

      1st step??? for what?

    • David Chodor
      David Chodor 10 days ago

      @Aisling What exactly in this video do you disagree with then?

    • Aisling
      Aisling 11 days ago

      Enjoy becoming a third-world country.

    • gwho
      gwho 11 days ago


  • pax und peace
    pax und peace 12 days ago +6

    To keep it upfront LA is running a green new deal and put up addtional 30.000 since 2015 in the reneable energy sector more then got lost in coal mining

  • Stephen A. Vinson
    Stephen A. Vinson 12 days ago +17

    As a liberal I knew the Green New Deal is a waste of time. There is no way a conservative would agree to this, and what we need is a little cooperation. They package it in the most optimistic way in this video, but if you actually read it, the first part an inspiring call to action , the second part is a call to major socialism (which they sort of admit). Whomever wrote it wasted everyone's by using it to push a political agenda instead of what it should have been about.. the environment.

    • c a t
      c a t 10 days ago +1

      @John Pixelty No. Emerging economies will find solar and wind cheaper than fossil fuels, especially when power stations havent been built yet.

      And the taxes will be on rich people. They can provide the most income.

    • John Pixelty
      John Pixelty 11 days ago +1

      You are 100% correct. Also emerging economies need fossil fuel to get their citizens out of poverty. This plan only applies to United States and probably will end up with a bunch of taxes on top of what we (the middle class) already pay .

  • Cris Bes
    Cris Bes 12 days ago +1

    Climate change has been happening since day one of the planet - without humans.

  • Gee Eee
    Gee Eee 13 days ago

    First and foremost we have stop Al Gore from using his private jet to fly to EU to attend "climate change" events. Then, we should ask Komyfornya limo-libs to stop using Colorado river water to lush their 100 acres lawns. Good thing Obama is gone and his tribe doesn't travel every two month on a fleet of government 747s to take much needed vacations, so we can cross that off the list.
    Now for the "green" and the "new"... Maybe Bern can downsize a bit from his "modest" houses. And don't get me started about AOC.. people in Bronx... imbeciles ain't got nothing on ya... So by all means, reap what you sow.

  • Actually Ima retard
    Actually Ima retard 13 days ago +4

    This channel is cancer.

  • Trey Tucker
    Trey Tucker 13 days ago

    F. Green deal

  • George George
    George George 13 days ago +15

    if this deal would get through this would make the USA really great again! wau, I haven't been impressed by anything that US policies had to offer for the past....100 years. This is as exciting as it gets in politics.

    • Nikolay Essani
      Nikolay Essani 11 days ago +2

      Soo, racial equality and women's rights wasn't good enough for you?

  • Angel
    Angel 13 days ago +9

    Bill Gates has a solution to global warming that looks promising. He's pulling carbon dioxide right out of the sky.

    • Yek Xi
      Yek Xi 10 days ago

      Either you're grossly misquoting bill gates or Bill gates is wrong 😂 climate change doesn't work like that

  • Pcheek95
    Pcheek95 14 days ago

    Bernie 2020

  • Collin Albershardt
    Collin Albershardt 14 days ago

    The most ignorant video I have ever seen 😂

    • Shocky
      Shocky 13 days ago +1

      letting kids live=ignorant
      working for the lives of millions=ignorant
      giving the 1% tax cut=uwu thats so good

  • Ann Boyle
    Ann Boyle 14 days ago +1

    Hmmm...for anyone who's wondering, electricity currently comes from power plants that run on COAL, OIL, and GAS. Those are fossil fuels.