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GNDGround
GNDGemeinsame Normdatei (German: Common Authority File; German National Library)
GNDGirl Next Door
GNDGreen New Deal (legislation proposal)
GNDGIG (Global Information Grid) Network Defense
GNDSystem Ground
GNDGlobal Nearness Diagram
GNDGraduated Neutral Density (photography lens filter)
GNDCircuit Reference (Zero) Voltage Level
GNDThe Gary and Dino Show (podcast)
GNDSt Georges/Grenada, Grenada - Pt Saline (Airport Code)
GNDGeometrically Necessary Dislocation
GNDGrade Non-Disclosure (academic policy)
GNDGhost Never Die (clan)
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The solution lies in a kind of Green New Deal - a comprehensive strategy for achieving sustainable growth, much like the one being championed by some Democratic politicians in the United States.
The Scottish Greens launched plans for a Scottish Green New Deal last week which looks at transforming energy, public transport and housing across Scotland.
The solution lies in a kind of Green New Deal -- a comprehensive strategy for achieving sustainable growth, much like the one being championed by some Democratic politicians in the United States.
He last week released his vision of a Green New Deal. The original Green New Deal was a proposal earlier this year by the popular and outspoken New York congresswoman Rep.
The proposal is part of the candidate's $16.3 trillion "Green New Deal," unveiled on August 22, which sets an ambitious goal for the United States of 100 percent renewable energy for transportation by 2030 and complete decarbonization by 2050.
The plan would "launch a decade of the Green New Deal," a 10-year federal "mobilization" that would factor climate change into every policy action from immigration to foreign policy while promising to create 20 million jobs in the process.
The "Green New Deal" plan also has been endorsed by all.
Senator Mike Lee (R-UT), arguing against the Green New Deal, which he called an "unserious resolution" (Politico)
he Green New Deal is the current buzzword of internet lefties.
It included talks from Labour Party member and environmentalist Bill Jones, and Rosie Carter-Rich, from the Green New Deal.