1. It apparently states the US GNP would contract by 500 billion by 2100 if there is climate inaction? Is that stating that there will be a drop in the bucket 500 billion per year difference 81 years out in adjusted dollars? Is that stating that the US economy will not grow (remember the kind of growth is everything with regard to growth) but will stay same minus the drop in the bucket 500B 81 years hence forth. Let us be realistic: there will very likely be no United States if its not addressed as hot wars will give way to nuclear war- there is no more pressing national security issue than getting rid of fossil fuels as fast as humanly possible and getting rid of the carbon rent seeking while we're at it. 2. They make a qualification about "to the extent it is technologically feasible," let not the fossil fuel industry lie to people, in every area including aviation and aerospace it is completely possible and radically cheaper and massively better for the economy, a fossil fuel based economy simply cannot compete with a full green economy where the thermodynamic efficiencies and aggregate economic efficiencies are better than perfected hot fusion. Also can't fortify against coming climate issues without going green because fossil fuel is anything if not brittle. You don't leave vestiges or even a percentage point of fossil fuel in tact, its like part of a cancerous tumor in the body or leaving part think its to leave some of the fire that was burning a house down to continue to burn. You cut it out and you extinguish it. 3. Nancy Pelosi is as clueless on green as she is on single payer. Can't have a capitulator as the face of real change. When she makes stupid remarks about the "green dream" or "whatever it is," its a sign she needs to go as fast as humanly possible. Can't have politicians that talk out of both sides of their mouths any more- the sponsored type, can't have that. 4. High indexed UBI must be put back in the GND because its is the best and perhaps only way to prevent displacement from devolving into civil war. Again Keynes told them want to expect in 1928 or was 32 and by 70 they saw all the signs he predicted and told us how to avoid the civil wars then and its been denial ever since but self driving cars and tech in general (no putting the AI genie back in the bottle) is driving this inevitably. Takes more skill to drive to work than to do 90% of jobs and auto pilot is already at last reporting 6.67x better at avoiding crashes than a human driver, soon the requisite 10x that Musk talked about. It time to talk about how much radically better the US economy (as if that were all that matters- its economy for whom and by what means) if we terminated all fossil fuels as fast as humanly possible and hit the fossil fuel industry with reparational damages for externalities costs going back to when we should have cease in fossil fuel production in 1950 or at least by 1970. Maybe I am wrong about some of this? Seems unlikely.