EcoAction webinar with Green Candidates
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Then become a Green Party US Sustaining Member to put more great candidates like these on the ballot in 2023, 2024 and beyond!
We will also have short presentations on the October 29 March and Rally to End the US Blockade of Cuba in NYC in conjunction with the UN Assembly and a short update on Green efforts on COP27 occurring in Egypt on Nov. 7 to 18.
Candidates speaking at our event include:
Howie Hawkins, initial author of the Green New Deal, running for Governor of NY (with Gloria Mattera for Lt. Governor)
Robin Harris, GP candidate for State Representative in Florida
David Schwartzman, running for DC Council at Large
Justin Paglino, Congress, Connecticut
- Delilah Barrios, Governor, Texas
The event is part of EcoAction’s regular committee meeting the second Monday of each month at 9 PM ET (6 PM PT). Register here.
The GP Green New Deal
The Ecosocialist Green New Deal is an economic justice as well as climate justice program that enacts an Economic Bill of Rights that guarantees living-wage jobs, incomes above poverty, affordable housing, quality health care, lifelong public education, and a secure retirement. It seeks to solve the climate crisis by combining quick action to get to zero greenhouse gas emissions and 100% renewable energy by 2030 along with an “Economic Bill of Rights” – the right to single-payer healthcare, a guaranteed job at a living wage, affordable housing, and free college education.
The Greens call for a World War II-scale mobilization to carry through this emergency climate program. During World War II, the federal government took over a quarter of US manufacturing capacity in order to defeat the fascist powers. The Greens call for social ownership and democratic planning in order to make a rapid coordinated transition.
EcoAction is part of the People vs. Fossil Fuels campaign and have long called for the President to declare a formal climate emergency and to issue comprehensive Executive Orders on climate action to overcome the opposition to climate action in Congress. (See climatepresident.org)
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