Jere Locke, Director of Texas Drought Project, discusses the differences between the Green New Deal and Biden’s environmental plan.
Jere Locke did not disappoint as he is urging Americans to start talking to their political representatives to get the environmental bills right. Locke points out that while President Joe Biden’s environmental plan far exceeds any plan of the past, he said it is not enough.
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What is the Texas Drought Project
The Texas Drought Project was born out of efforts by the Texas Climate Emergency Campaign to facilitate passage of the Waxman-Markey bill on climate change in 2008-2009. Its co-founders, Jere Locke and Alyssa Burgin came to the conclusion that many Texans were not yet willing to attach the words “climate change” to what was happening in Texas, but they understood intrinsically that, as one citrus farmer remarked, “things were changing” in Texas climate, weather and most certainly, rainfall patterns.
Thus was formed the Texas Drought Project in June of 2009. Since that time the project has contributed much to the education of Texans—and others—on climate change and a number of large projects.
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