Watch Live: MSNBC’s Climate Forum 2020 (DAY 1) | MSNBC

Watch Live: MSNBC’s Climate Forum 2020 (DAY 1) | MSNBC 1

 

MSNBC’s Chris Hayes and Ali Velshi speak with the 2020 Democratic candidates about their plans to fight climate change during a forum presented by MSNBC, Georgetown University’s Institute of Politics and Public Service, and Our Daily Planet.

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Watch Live: MSNBC’s Climate Forum 2020 (DAY 1) | MSNBC

42 Comments on "Watch Live: MSNBC’s Climate Forum 2020 (DAY 1) | MSNBC"

  1. This was much better than I thought it would be. Many good ideas, truthful analysis of the crisis, & detailed replies from the candidates. Bravo!

  2. MSNBC screwed around with this video. It doesn’t even play properly. It says 9+ hrs on the thumbnail and then when I play it, it starts at 5th hr but only has 4hrs left to the video. Anyone else experience this?

    • @Yorukon3
      I don’t have a working bar. It just tells me it’s a 4hr video. I can’t FF. I think they mucked with this video to avoid putting Bernie’s portion on.

    • @etee7114 I’m sure there are Bern channels that covered it. We got solid YangGang coverage on our channels. It’ll be fixed tomorrow. Stream was too long.

    • Hewlett Craphard | September 19, 2019 at 11:56 PM | Reply

      As much as I hate to defend MSNBC, it’s not their fault. It’s how YouTube works.
      As a streamer myself, I can tell you for a fact that problems occur with stream archives for some time after they have finished if it is longer than 4 hours.
      The archived stream length eventually fixes itself. The time that takes depends on the length of the original stream.

    • Check now. Its youtube, not msnbc

    • @etee7114 dude take off the tin foil hat it’s working just fine now

  3. Gabriel Something | September 19, 2019 at 9:16 PM | Reply

    I apologize to all climate change deniers who just want to prove the existence of their god without the concern of human life/future. If there is a problem that might affect human life. I just want to try and fix it. That is why I am here to see this.

  4. Alex Guitar Watson | September 19, 2019 at 10:29 PM | Reply

    India is the most polluted country I have ever been….

    • India is a mess that’s why most of the people who live there are trying to get out.

    • Nigeria is not too far behind

    • Jeremy Habegger | September 20, 2019 at 8:59 AM | Reply

      Yes cause we’ve been using it as our trash can for producing our goods

    • The US still contributes to 15% of the entire global pollution. If we can get the US clean by 2050 it’ll make a massive difference. Many other countries are committed also to fighting climate change and becoming clean by 2050. The US being the world’s super power it needs to lead the path. It needs to be on the frontlines. We won’t get that with Trump. If Trump wins again America will have wasted another 4 years of doing nothing about the issue.

  5. Alexander Schoenherr | September 19, 2019 at 11:31 PM | Reply

    cant wait to see first half posted to youtube soon!!!

  6. 1:30:00 Future President speaks here

  7. Marianne Williamson 👌👌

  8. Wow…very disappointed with additional voices talking over the speaker. I may come back later to try again.

  9. I’m so glad that Andrew Yang is fighting so hard for our well being

  10. Bernie killed the climate debate . Truly a visionary candidate, once in a life time opportunity for all of us to elect a POTUS that is going to change the fundamental power structures of the elites.

    #notmeus

  11. Yes To Happiness | September 20, 2019 at 8:46 AM | Reply

    Andrew Yang has a very thought out plan for climate change! I love that it is down to earth, pragmatic, and realistic! We are in good hands! #Yang2020

  12. Climate Deception Network | September 20, 2019 at 8:57 AM | Reply

    The introductions are a drag. Too long. 15 minutes! KillerOceans.Com

  13. Star of The Highest Powers | September 20, 2019 at 9:21 AM | Reply

    Marianne has so much knowledge and understanding! Marianne2020

  14. *@MSNBC* Of love these. Thank you so much for putting these forums together!

  15. Great job MSNBC and Mr. Velshi. Easily the best content the network has produced in quite some time. I’d much rather watch politicians sit down and discuss and answer real questions for an hour than any of the crud that makes the 24-hour news cycle.

    Andrew Yang rocked day 1 of this forum. Great questions from the audience, as well. Overall, just substantive content. Please make more!

  16. The Climate Debate has stirred up an increasingly overheated Emotional climate of late. And whether you call it Climate Change or Human Change or Loose Change or WHATever, we’ll ultimately be rendered small change when it comes to the drama we’ve inflicted upon ourselves and Mother (Earth). Climate Change is vital. Changing the Emotional Climate is essential. This is the root of virtually all our global ills – and the root of Humanity in sanity :-). http://www.simpol.org

  17. Record at The Bins with Mike Britt | September 20, 2019 at 11:24 AM | Reply

    Tulsi Gabbard consistently polls higher than John Delaney. Just sayin

  18. 1:28:50 I love Andrew Yang’s human-centric policies. He really dug into the causes of these issues and he has the plans to counter them. He gets straight to the point with real solutions and doesn’t meander around the topic. Looking forward to seeing more of him!

  19. Liked only because I can see #bernie… Yang was good too. Can someone tell me where’s Tulsi?

  20. Record at The Bins with Mike Britt | September 20, 2019 at 12:10 PM | Reply

    Who let Tim Ryan in here? I thought Tulsi Gabbard and Bernie Sanders ended his career

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