@katieporteroc
Katie Porter
a month ago
The climate crisis is a direct threat to national security and global stability. Countries will continue to face worsening food shortages, droughts, displacement, and unrest if we don't take bold action to curb this crisis.
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@anne_zofi
Anni Zofi
a month ago
@katieporteroc Are we ready to talk about how US government failed us for 40 years? Are we ready to admit US military—enabled by Congress—is globe’s #1 polluter, more than 100 countries? Are we ready to admit DuPont’s forever chemicals—enabled by Congress—poisoned human blood globally?
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@corvineblanco
Whitecrow
a month ago
@katieporteroc Then why are you not publicly calling for the inclusion of the CEPP in the Build Back Better plan? Without it, the U.S. will achieve only an est. 74% of our Paris Accord commitment. You talk (as usual) about a "crisis," but your vote (actual action) is nowhere to be found.
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@PatriciaPennan2
Womanofinspiration
a month ago
@katieporteroc Our vote is our voice. If we vote more politicians in who are willing to do something about the climate, then maybe Congresswoman Katie would have more people to help her pass bills to address the climate crisis.
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@BigPictureQs
BigPictureQuestions
a month ago
@katieporteroc It's not about "National Security" -- it's about a threat to humanity. Think beyond your borders. This is a global issue. Putting migrants into cages isn't going to solve it.
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@Donna220First
Donna 220
a month ago
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@Mare4219
Barbara4219
a month ago
@katieporteroc @TommasinaResist It seems to me that the climate crisis should have, and should have had, priority over everything!
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@Ken79797060
Ken
a month ago
@katieporteroc In regards to student research, 1. what developments have come out of the UC system lately? 2. Being that UC student researchers are good, why do they need a union?
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