Green New Deal
New green economic policy (Green New Deal)
The term “new green economy policy” was first used by Thomas Friedman, who won the Pulitzer Prize in January 2007. The United States has just experienced the hottest year in history (there has been a warmer year since there).
Friedman realized that there would be no easy, delicious solution to climate change as politicians hope. It will take a lot of money, effort and disruption of an industry that is always very generous with campaign contributions.
“The right rally call is for ‘New Green Economic Policy’, ” he wrote, referring to former President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s domestic programs to rescue the country from the Great Depression…
“If you have put a windmill in the yard or some solar panels on your roof, bless your heart. But we will only green the world when we change the nature of grid, eliminating the use of dirty coal or oil to make clean coal and renewable energy. ”
The contents of the new Green Economic Policy
The main goal of the plan is to bring US greenhouse gas emissions to 0% and meet 100% of domestic electricity demand through clean, renewable and zero-emission energy sources by 2030.
The new green economy policy also calls for the creation of millions of jobs to ensure employment for all Americans along with access to nature, clean air and water, healthy food, sustainable environments. and the resilience of the community.
These goals will be achieved through the following actions on the part of the federal government:
– Provide investment and take advantage of funding to help communities affected by climate change
– Repair and upgrade existing infrastructure to withstand harsh weather and ensure all infrastructure-related bills in the National Assembly address climate change
– Investing in renewable energy sources
– Invest in production and industry to promote growth in the use of clean energy
– Build or upgrade to smart, distributed and energy-efficient power grids, providing affordable electricity
– Upgrade all existing buildings and build new buildings so that they achieve maximum energy efficiency, water efficiency, safety, affordability, comfort and durability.
– Support family agriculture, invest in sustainable farming and build a more equitable and sustainable food system
– Invest in transport system, in particular infrastructure and production of zero-emission vehicles, public transport and high-speed rail
– Restoring ecosystems through soil conservation, afforestation and science-based projects
– Remove existing hazardous waste and abandoned locations
– Identification of unidentified sources of pollution and emissions
– Work with the international community on solutions and help them achieve new Green Economic Policies .