Green New Deal

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Proposed April 21, 2020; Approved with revisions on monthly list 06 (June 12, 2020)

150 __ $a Green New Deal

450 __ $a New Deal, Green

450 __ $a GND (Green New Deal)

550 __ $w g $a Environmental policy

550 __ $w g $a Clean energy $x Government policy

550 __ $w g $a Sustainable development $x Government policy

670 __ $a Work cat: Molly Crabapple papers, 2019-2020: $b (Green New Deal)

670 __ $a United States. Congress (116th, 1st session : 2019). House. H. Res 109 : Recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal, Feb. 7, 2019

670 __ $a United States. Congress (116th, 1st session : 2019). Senate. S. Res 59 : A resolution recognizing the duty of the Federal Government to create a Green New Deal, Feb. 7, 2019

670 __ $a Wikipedia article “Green New Deal,” viewed online April 14, 2020 $b (Green New Deal; GND; proposed package of United States legislation that aims to address climate change and economic inequality. The name refers to the New Deal, a set of social and economic reforms and public works projects undertaken by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in response to the Great Depression. The Green New Deal combines Roosevelt’s economic approach with modern ideas such as renewable energy and resource efficiency. In the 116th United States Congress, it is a pair of resolutions, House Resolution 109 and S. Res. 59, sponsored by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA). Since the early 2000s, and especially since 2018, other proposals for a “Green New Deal” have arisen both in the United States and internationally.)

670__ $a Barbier, Edward. A global green new deal, 2010.

670__ $a Aronoff, Kate. A planet to win : why we need a green new deal, 2019.

670__ $a Precht-Rodriguez, Zina. Human Rights in the ‘Green New Deal’ Narrative: Grassroots Climate Activism and Constructions of Human Rights in ‘Creative Social Praxis’, 2019.

670 __ $a Sierra Club WWW site, viewed April 14, 2020 $b (Green New Deal; transformation of the economy to tackle the twin crises of inequality and climate change. It would mobilize vast public resources to help us transition from an economy built on exploitation and fossil fuels to one driven by dignified work and clean energy. Economic stimulus with 3 essential pillars: tackling the climate crisis and toxic pollution, creating good, high-paying jobs, and fighting racial, economic, and gender inequity)

670__ $a Meyer, Robinson. “The Green New Deal Hits Its First Major Snag”. The Atlantic, January 18, 2019, viewed online April 20, 2020 $b (There’s not a single, official Green New Deal. Much like “Medicare for All,” “Green New Deal” refers more to a few shared goals than to a completed legislative package. (The original New Deal basically worked the same way.))

680__ $i Here are entered works on combined sets of policies and programs that aim to address climate change and economic inequality, modeled after the New Deal programs of the administration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt during the 1930’s.

952 __ $a LC pattern: New Deal, 1933-1939


Comments:  The work cataloged is an archival collection of the original drawings/art featured in this video, and related material.

I used “New Deal, 1933-1939” as a pattern but this appears to be not U.S.A.-specific, so I left out “$z United States” references and coded as “May Subd. Geog.”


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