Sen. Dr Elizabeth Warren suggested on Saturday that her plan for a presidential campaign to combat climate change is analogous to former President John F. Kennedy's efforts to place a man on the moon. if we dream enough, to fight hard enough and to invest in American ingenuity, we can achieve amazing things, "she said after promoting the Green Production Plan. "In fact, we can protect our planet from the next generations," Warren added.
Her comments came on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the first time a man walks through the moon. The mission of Apollo 11, filled with President Kennedy's 1961 promise, to land an American on the moon by the end of this decade, signaled the victory in the space race with the Soviet Union. The problem of overtaking the Soviets seems to remind Warren of her "bold commitment." "President Kennedy knew we did not have the technology to achieve this goal, first of all ̵
She described the program as "a commitment to leading the world in the development and production of revolutionary clean energy technologies from which the world will be it needs
Its plan will also create "National Clean Energy Institutes" and install provisions that ensure that US production benefits from green investment
Warren was not the only democratic candidate for 202 0 year to compare the problem of climate change with the space race Mayor of South Bend, Professor Pit Boutgie, has entered a series of tweets suggesting that climate change has provoked such a challenge
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is an existential threat to our lifestyle on this planet, "he wrote." This schedule is not set by DC. In fact, it was set – and the time for action was yesterday. To meet this one-generation challenge, we must be as brave in our time as Kennedy.
James Rogers of Fox News contributed to this report.