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Will Donald Trump or Joe Biden be better for the environment? Show more Show less
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Climate change poses an existential threat to the world. The 2020 United States Presidential candidates are in a position to make or break the future of this planet. Each candidate takes a starkly different stance on the environment and its intersection with the economy, trade, and scientific fact.

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Neither candidate does enough to treat the climate crisis as the emergency that it is.
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Both candidates take money from energy executives.

Candidates need to be unbiased by donations from oil, gas, or coal companies.
Environment Joe Biden Trump
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Billionaire Lynn Schusterman, who inherited an oil-and gas fortune from her late husband Charles, donated $5,600 this spring to a political committee that raises money for Joe Biden and the Democratic National Committee. Last month, the committee refunded that contribution, according to Schusterman’s daughter, Stacy, despite Biden's campaign pledge[1] to not accept money from fossil-fuel executives or companies.

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