Voters are already casting ballots in an election that could determine how the U.S. faces the growing global climate crisis. Michigan remains a crucial battleground state. Pres. Trump won it by fewer than 11,000 votes statewide in 2016. The state continues to suffer from a lack of clean drinking water, as well as the impact of various regulatory rollbacks by the Trump admin. A diverse range of women are leading the charge for bold climate action. NowThis and Climate Power 2020 host a virtual town hall with community leaders throughout Great Lake State to celebrate the climate leadership of women. The discussion will focus on the progress women leaders have made toward environmental justice, why we’re still fighting, and what’s at stake in this election.
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