Green New Deal Plan - Manufacturing Reconstruction Program

Global Green New Deal

All developed countries and regions would contribute green machinery to developing countries to enable the developing countries to create their own Green New Deals. In return, the developing countries would agree to protect their critical ecosystems (e.g., Amazon, Borneo), and would allow developed countries to send personnel to help protect those systems. As a start, the U.S. would commit $100 billion for this effort, but this could increase pending further analysis of what would be needed to industrialize the poorer countries sustainably. Since this would all require creating machinery, this would generate about 1 million good machinery producing jobs per year.

Reading List:
Global Green New Deal from the People's Policy Project
Wealthy countries approach to climate change condems hundreds of millions of people to suffer
China plans UHV transmission lines that span continents
Impacts of Green New Deal Energy Plans on Grid Stability, Costs, Jobs, Health, and Climate in 143 Countries(Stanford Professor Mark Z. Jacobson)