Green New Deals
Information on proposed Green New Deals shows up in a number of places, from the US House Resolution to other forms including proposed State Constitutional Amendments. Here is a sample.
2019 US House Green New Deal Resolution Original Text
In the US, the Congressional Text, as introduced by Rep. Ocasio-Cortez, Alexandria [D-NY-14] in February 2019, is the Green New Deal and is posted on Congress.gov.
Council on Foreign Relations
From the Council on Foreign Relations a comparison of GNDs around the world as of May 1, 2019.
- Envisioning a Green New Deal: A Global Comparison - CFR - Andrew Chatzky - updated Jan 16, 2020
NM Green New Deals
For New Mexico, Teresa Leger Fernandez, Justin Zorn and Beth Beloff suggested a Green New Deal for New Mexico on the Santa Fe New Mexican. See:
- "Here’s a Green New Deal for New Mexico" - SFNM - Teresa Leger Fernandez, Justin Zorn and Beth Beloff - Jun 8, 2019
Other proposals include:
- 2019 HM84 - Legislative Green New Deal Memorial - not passed.
with some proposals in:
- New Mexico Climate Strategy Initial Recommendations and Status Update 2019 - report from the NM Climate Task Force.
City of Santa Fe 25-Year Sustainability Plan
- "City of Santa Fe 25-Year Sustainability Plan and the Green New Deal: A Comparison" - updated 9/3/19
- An Ecosocialist Green New Deal: Guiding Principles -DSA - Feb 28, 2019
Bernie’s Green New Deal
- “Bernie’s Green New Deal Stands Out, and Now Labor Must Step Up” – Trade Unions for Energy Democracy - December 2019
The Unitarian Universalists for a Just Economic Community has some extensive materials as part of a
A Green Amendment
Proposed constitutional amendment for New Mexico:
- All the people of New Mexico, including future generations, have an inalienable, indefeasible and self-executing right to a clean and healthy environment, including pure water, clean air, and a stable climate, and to the preservation of the natural, scenic, cultural and healthful qualities of the environment;
- that New Mexico’s public natural resources are the common property of all the people and that the state shall serve as trustee of these resources and is duty bound to maintain and protect them for the benefit of all the people.
- Article XX Section 21 cannot be used to infringe on these environmental rights.
See Maya van Rossum author of "The Green Amendment, Securing Our Right to a Healthy Environment".