Billionaire Activist Tom Steyer Fights Back in the Name of Earth
As 2017 begins, we are facing a new Presidential administration that dangerously doesn’t believe in climate change. Trump’s anti-climate agenda could effectively undo much of the environmental progress that the Obama administration has accomplished in the past eight years.
In order to survive these upcoming years of turning the clock back on environmental progress, we must as corporations, nonprofit organizations, and citizens, create our own green initiatives. We must fight back in the name of Earth.
One citizen, Tom Steyer, billionaire activist and former hedge fund manager, is quickly becoming a hero in fighting back. Tom, who founded NextGen Climate, a super-PAC aimed at tackling threats to the environment, has vowed to “engage voters and citizens to fight” the Trump administration’s agenda to pull out of the Paris Agreement and any other dangers that could harm the environment.
“Every single one of these things, whether it was getting rid of Paris or cutting back the EPA, we think are extremely dangerous to the security of every American,” Steyer said. “We think it is based on willful ignorance of the facts and flies in the face of the realities facing the world.”
Currently Steyer is working on a strategy to get people thinking about climate change. His group focuses mostly on field work like extensive personal voter contacts, digital initiatives, and events like comedy shows and concerts.
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