Election 2020: How do the Democratic Presidential Candidates Compare on Climate Change?

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A plume of exhaust extends from the Mitchell Power Station, a coal-fired power plant built along the Monongahela River on September 24, 2013 in New Eagle, Pennsylvania. (Jeff Swensen/Getty Images)

As part of Forum's 2020 election coverage, we'll break down the Democratic presidential candidates’ plans and records on climate change.


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Keith Gaby, senior communications director, Environmental Defense Fund

Lisa Friedman, climate desk reporter, New York Times

Umair Irfan, staff writer, Vox