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What’s At Stake In The 2020 Election For Massachusetts: Energy And The Environment

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WBUR, October 2020

What’s at stake for energy and the environment in the 2020 election? If re-elected, President Trump will continue his focus on American Energy Dominance, a plan he says taps into the country’s energy resources.

On the other hand, Vice President Joe Biden’s plan will take drastic action on mitigating the impacts of climate change and creating a clean energy economy.

We break down what either could mean for Massachusetts with Emily Reichert, CEO of Greentown Labs, and Shalanda Baker, a professor of Law, Public Policy and Urban Affairs at Northeastern.

Listen to the interview at WBUR.

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