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UCSB professor and GND supporter busts on Bernie Sanders over the feasibility of his $16 trillion climate change plan


Added 08-22-19 01:30:08pm EST - “"So: it's bold and very ambitious. Yet, I think many parts of it would struggle in implementation"” - Twitchy.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Twitchy.com: “GNB supporter questions feasibility of the Bernie Sanders $16T climate change plan”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Bernie Sanders just announced a $16 trillion plan to fight climate change. . . Bernie Sanders just rolled out a $16 trillion climate change plan — the most ambitious yet from a presidential contender on climate change https://t.co/ptWPbBPKp8 via @FoxBusiness — Connor Ryan (@connortryan) August 22, 2019

Bernie Sanders just rolled out a $16 trillion climate change plan — the most ambitious yet from a presidential contender on climate change https://t.co/ptWPbBPKp8 via @FoxBusiness

. . .but this is a surprise. Even meteorologist Eric Holthaus — who is a fan of the plan — called the elderly socialist out over the feasibility of the plan which wants to phase out nuclear power but at the same time, move to a “100% carbon free electrical grid in 10 years: Here's some very worthy criticism of Bernie's new climate plan: Specifically that it calls for phasing out nuclear power, something that just can't happen if we are to have a 100% carbon free electrical grid in 10 years. https://t.co/Oh0Lz8fVHU — Eric Holthaus (@EricHolthaus) August 22, 2019

Here's some very worthy criticism of Bernie's new climate plan: Specifically that it calls for phasing out nuclear power, something that just can't happen if we are to have a 100% carbon free electrical grid in 10 years. https://t.co/Oh0Lz8fVHU

Here’s University of California, Santa Barbara professor Leah Stokes on just what is wrong with the Bernie plan (focus on tweets numbered 4, 5, 6, 7, 10 and 11): In terms of the supply side — keeping fossil fuels in the ground, ending fossil fuel subsidies, and taking on the fossil fuel industry — the plan is very bold. You can read what @OilChangeUS said about it here. 2/https://t.co/f6ctlu6Upp — Leah Stokes (@leahstokes) August 22, 2019

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