US presidential candidate Sanders sets out energy decarbonisation by 2030, $200 bln GCF contribution

Published 18:32 on August 22, 2019  /  Last updated at 18:39 on August 22, 2019  /  Americas, Carbon Taxes, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, New Market Mechanisms, US  /  No Comments

US Senator and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders unveiled Thursday his wide-ranging environmental plan modelled on the Green New Deal, aiming to decarbonise the country’s energy supply over the next 10 years and ramp up America’s international climate commitments under the UN Paris Agreement and Green Climate Fund (GCF).

US Senator and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders unveiled Thursday his environmental plan modelled on the Green New Deal, aiming to decarbonise the country’s energy supply over the next 10 years and ramp up America’s international climate commitments under the UN Paris Agreement and Green Climate Fund (GCF).

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