Linking Climate Action Plans To Social Justice : Short Wave The Biden Administration is working to fight climate change in a way that also address the country's economic and racial disparities. Emily talks with NPR correspondent Dan Charles about why the ground work for a climate justice plan could be laid in the city of Cleveland.

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You can email Short Wave at ShortWave@npr.org.
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Cleveland - What Climate Equity Could Look Like

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Cleveland - What Climate Equity Could Look Like

Cleveland - What Climate Equity Could Look Like

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Cindy Mumford and her neighbors are working with several organizations in Cleveland, gathering support and financing to get a community solar project up and running. Ryan Kellman/NPR hide caption

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The Biden Administration is working to fight climate change in a way that also address the country's economic and racial disparities. Emily talks with NPR correspondent Dan Charles about why the ground work for a climate justice plan could be laid in the city of Cleveland.

For more of Dan's reporting, follow him on Twitter @NPRDanCharles and here.
You can email Short Wave at ShortWave@npr.org.

This episode was edited by Rebecca Ramirez and Gisele Grayson, produced by Thomas Lu, and fact-checked by Rasha Aridi and Indi Khera. The audio engineer was Gilly Moon.