WA Gov., presidential candidate Jay Inslee to hold climate change talk at WSU
PULLMAN, Wash. — Current governor and presidential hopeful Jay Inslee will travel to Pullman on Wednesday to hold a talk on climate change and clean energy in Washington state.
Inslee , who has been governor since 2013, will hold the public talk on the Washington State University campus.
Throughout his political career, Inslee has been a vocal advocate of clean energy and developing policies that move away from fossil fuels. Climate change and solutions to environmental issues are at the forefront of Inslee’s presidential campaign.
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Inslee frames climate action as an economic opportunity, not just a moral imperative. He has argued that public and private investments in clean energy are a net boon for working Americans that would create millions of jobs.
The talk will be held at 10:15 a.m. in the Bryan Hall Auditorium. The event is open to the public.
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