With the 2020 presidential campaign season underway, climate change and an emphasis on environmental protection policies have emerged as priorities for voters in the Democratic and Republican parties alike. Young people from across the political spectrum are influencing the way the environment is addressed on the campaign trail, making it a major focus for candidates.
Join POLITICO on Wednesday, December 4, for a deep-dive conversation on environmental issues and the 2020 presidential election. What is the path forward? What are key party differences and where can we come together?
Cary Funk, PhD, Director of Science and Society Research, Pew Research Center
Sarah E. Hunt, Co-founder and CEO, Joseph Rainey Center for Public Policy
Josh Orton, National Policy Director, Bernie 2020
Evan Weber, Co-founder and Political Director, Sunrise Movement
Moderated by: Gavin Bade, Energy Reporter, POLITICO Pro