Green New Deal

Stephanie Kelton started us off with Instead of Worrying About Budgets and Deficits, Ask About Impact. Below, we link to research, proposals and responses re a Green New Deal which is all about nice things we — the people — and the planet can have.

Research and Proposals

Data for Progress published A GREEN NEW DEAL • A progressive vision for environmental sustainability and economic stability
— Greg Carlock (@gregorytcarlock), Emily Mangan, Sean McElwee (@SeanMcElwee) Data for Progress(@dataprogress), Sept 2018

Responses

Over at Down With Tyranny, Howie Klein is following the politics.

—2018—

Why America Can’t Afford to go Without a Green New Deal Dec 12, 2018

Why America Can’t Afford to go Without a Green New Deal
— Thom Hartmann (@Thom_Hartmann) talks with Stephanie Kelton (@StephanieKelton), Dec 11,2018 (11:54)

Canada needs its own Green New Deal Cross posted Dec 11, 2018 in The National Post
— D.T. Cochrane (@DTCochrane) The Conversation (@ConversationCA), Dec 10, 2018

The Democratic Party Wants to Make Climate Policy Exciting
— Robinson Meyer (@yayitsrob), The Atlantic (@TheAtlantic), Dec 5, 2018

With a Green New Deal, Here’s What the World Could Look Like for the Next Generation
— Kate Aronoff (@Kate Aronoff), The Intercept, (@theintercept) ‏ Dec 5, 2018

We Can Pay For A Green New Deal
— Stephanie Kelton (@StephanieKelton), Andres Bernal (@andresintheory), and Greg Carlock (@gregorytcarlock) HuffPost (@HuffPost), Nov 30, 2018


— Fadhel Kaboub – Financing the War on Climate Change The Power of Financial Sovereignty. Real Progressive April 16, 2018 (51:01)

—2014—

Yanis Varoufakis: Think Big, Think Bold – A Green New Deal
— Yanis Varoufakis (@yanisvaroufakis) Naked Capitalism March 26, 2014