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Making sure Joe Biden keeps his green promises

By France24
03 December 2020   |   2:45 pm
Joe Biden's victory in the US presidential election last month was secured in large part thanks to the youth vote, a demographic won over by Biden's environmental policies. We speak to John Paul Mejia, spokesperson for the Sunrise movement, about the group’s support for Biden - and how it's planning to ensure he doesn’t backtrack on his climate change pledges once he’s in the White House.

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