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Mar 31, 2020

Coronavirus brought the 2020 election to a screeching halt. Climate was once a top issue in the Democratic primary, but it’s been overtaken by a virus and a looming economic apocalypse. 

Primaries are delayed. Traditional campaigning has stopped. Biden is hiding out, preparing for the general election. Bernie Sanders is hanging on. And the way we think about all kinds of issues has totally flipped. So how will climate, cleantech and the environment fit into this new political world?

We’ll look at the state of the race, the political response to the coronavirus shock, and how climate may fit into the November election.