"When we look at the consequences of this election, the choice between the candidates could not be more stark," Steyer said, "and the voice of millennial voters has never been more important."
Sara Jordan, policy manager at NextGen Climate agreed, writing, "Millennials have the numbers to elect climate champions this fall, but we have to show up to vote. Our future depends on it."
How about considering, also, the cost of unnecessary, illegal, immoral wars before voting?
and the article states:
"For the millennial generation," the study concludes, "today's status quo on climate and inequality is not only unjust but it is also unsustainable."
Democratic heavyweight and NextGen Climate president Tom Steyer said the report underscores the importance of the upcoming presidential election between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump."
I guessed I missed the memo on how HC is breaking away from the status quo. She couldn't even agree to putting a tax on carbon, ban fracking and stop taking money from FF industry. That is criminal.
There are certain things we can't do about climate change right now----by that I mean humans have locked in at least 2 C warming. She could have at least done these things-----and more, much more.