The Daily Populous

Saturday November 9th, 2019 day edition

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Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has praised New Zealand for passing the zero carbon bill and vows to pass similar measures if he is elected President.

The bill commits New Zealand to reduce its carbon emissions to zero by 2050, meeting its commitments under the Paris climate accords.

The self-described democratic socialist said he would be seeking to implement a similar proposal if elected President in 2020.

“When I am president, we will be a leader in this fight,” Sanders wrote on Facebook.

“We will pass a Green New Deal that gets us to 100% renewable energy by no later than 2030 and complete decarbonization of the economy by 2050.”.

Despite being an independent for the majority of the previous four years, Sanders is once more running for the Democratic nomination for the presidency.

He is currently polling third in what is a crowded Democratic field according to a recent Monmouth University Poll. »

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Steve Bannon, under oath, says Roger Stone was WikiLeaks' "access point" to Trump campaign

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The government tried in its questioning of Bannon to establish that the Trump campaign communicated with Stone about impending WikiLeaks dumps of Democrats' emails during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Bannon could not name another person affiliated with the Trump campaign who claimed to be in contact with WikiLeaks besides Stone.

The indictment claims that Stone spoke to senior Trump campaign officials about information that could damage Clinton's campaign. »

Who can afford to eat sustainably?

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And to help achieve that goal, researchers from around the world launched a guide earlier this year on how to eat sustainably.

Under those guidelines, the most affordable green diet would cost $2.84 per day.

But that isn’t affordable for 1.68 billion people — more than one-fifth of the world’s population — according to a study published Thursday in the journal The Lancet: Global Health. »