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The democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang wants to go in the presidential motorcade to green.
To replace the longshot candidate with an enthusiastic base of supporters vowed Thursday, the presidential motorcade of cars with electric vehicles, as part of its emission reduction plan.
“The whole White house motor pool is electric,” he said at a climate change forum, organized by the Georgetown University, Institute for politics and Public service, and MSNBC.
He was talking among several candidates on the forum. He also warned that it is already too late to prevent “the warming” by the climate change.
“I’ll stand by the fact that we said too late to mitigate some of the warming that we see across the country and the world right now,” Yang.
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The tech entrepreneur, has seen his White house bid traction over the spring and summer to win complained that “we should have done this work 20 years ago,” but added, “the second best time is now.”
Yang criticized President Trump management as “out to lunch” when it comes to the fight against climate change.
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In the introduction to his “Lower emissions, Higher floor” plan to combat climate change at an event in New Hampshire, in the last month, Yang also warned against the rising sea level, says: “we are at a point where this speed up.”
Yang touted that his climate change plan goes further than many of his rivals in a record-breaking range of about 20 Democratic presidential candidates.
Yang ‘ s proposal calls for building a sustainable economy, including the acceleration of the development of a renewable-energy economy, the Export of the country’s technologies, to try and faster to build a sustainable economy, to move people, both literally and figuratively on a higher level, and to try and reverse the damage already done by climate change.
Among the steps he would take, Yang said, “My plan has a date of 2030 for all of the vehicles emission. So, every new vehicle emission-free.”