What would a truly bold presidential plan to decarbonize the economy look like?

Democratic candidates are offering up their visions.

Elizabeth Warren is focusing on banning fossil fuel extraction on public lands and using the military to counter climate threats; Beto O’Rourke is looking to executive action; Joe Biden is teasing a “middle ground” plan.

Then there’s the governor of Washington state, Jay Inslee. He just released his second climate plan — it’s more of a manifesto — called the Evergreen Economy. It’s a culmination of a decade and a half of his thinking, writing and policymaking on climate.

The document is so good, we decided to devote a whole episode to talking about it. 

You can read it here. And check out Dave Roberts’ supplemental analysis here.

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