字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント This week, the battle over the Green New Deal is ramped up in the U.S. Young folk across the country staged demonstrations to pressure their representatives to support the Green New Deal resolution, which would seek to transition the United States to 100% renewables in 10 years all while supplying jobs to countless Americans. In this struggle to push Congress to support the Green New Deal, dozens of activists were arrested in a peaceful protest in Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's office. Young protestors were also turned away by California Senator Dianne Feinstein, and it was all captured in a video that went viral. In other news, a recent analysis reveals that we have space to plant 1.2 trillion trees, and if planted, those trees could offset a large chunk of our current CO2 emissions. NASA also just released a report about trees. They discovered that the Earth has more vegetation than it did 20 years ago, and this 5% increase in flora is due in large part to the conservation, forestry programs, and increased agricultural endeavors in China and India. But the researchers are also quick to point out that this increase in green does not offset the damage to native plants and ecosystems in tropical regions like Brazil. Hey team, Charlie here. If you want to support my work here and help me keep my lights on at home, consider supporting this channel on Patreon for a dollar per video. That's essentially giving up one coffee per month. Thanks for your support, and I'll see on Friday with a new video essay.