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"He can still screw the whole thing up," one expert told VICE News.
Short answer: It looks bad. But what's the long answer?
Clinton's plan says the number of solar installations will increase by 700 percent if she becomes president, but reveals nothing about the candidate's positions on fracking, the Keystone XL pipeline, or oil drilling in the Arctic.
Activists, including Bill McKibben, were praising the country's parliament for voting to pull out of investments in companies that dealt heavily in coal.
On Sunday, more than 300,000 people came out for the People's Climate March in Manhattan, a historic turnout that thrilled organizers.
They don't deny science like many Republicans, but they're not exactly saving the world either.