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Although still in its infancy, the USC Schwarzenegger Institute has already generated extensive media coverage in connection with its mission and activities.

Schwarzenegger thanks Bainimarama for ‘Talanoa’ dialogue

ARNOLD Schwarzenegger thanked the Prime Minister and COP23 President, Voreqe Bainimarama for having the Talanoa Dialogue be part of COP23. The former California Governor had convened a meeting last week which brought together key actors and thought leaders to focus on the impact of sub-national financial systems, and to consider how joint public/private financing can support low-carbon and climate resilient infrastructure in developing nations. The Fiji Times

KNX 10/29/2018

Governor auto choice and as chairman of us sees since future state global policy is Arnold Schwarzenegger. Listen to these 30 investment environment leaders shared stories of how green energy projects have been pushed completion around the world by showing the idea not a national but local government leaders. KNX-AM (Radio)

 

San Diego Moves Ahead With 100% Clean Energy Community Choice Program

"There are Republicans out there that are smart and are going in the right direction, and they don’t see [climate action] as a divided issue or a partisan issue...they see it as a people’s issue," said former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, who hosted the Thursday morning event at the L.A. Cleantech Incubator. Greentech Media

What’s Arnold Schwarzenegger up to? Fighting climate change

With Congress sharply divided over global climate change — and the GOP, including President Donald Trump, expressing denial over its causes and effects — one prominent Republican leader recognizes that human activity is a major factor and is leading a worldwide effort to attack the problem. At a unique forum Thursday, former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger proclaimed a message of hope, saying solving the problem is a matter of will, of never taking “no” for an answer and communicating the message  person-to-person. San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Schwarzenegger in East Lansing: ‘Terminate gerrymandering’ with Prop 2

Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger put the filming of Terminator 6 on hold to travel to East Lansing to attend a rally for the anti-gerrymandering Proposal 2. The Hollywood star didn't shy away from making reference to his famous action series. “Let’s go once and for all and terminate gerrymandering," Schwarzenegger told the crowd at Ann Street Plaza. Proposition 2 was put on the ballot through the efforts of Voters Not Politicians. Fox 17 Grand Rapids

Arnold Schwarzenegger coming to Michigan to rally for redistricting proposal

Former California governor, bodybuilder and actor Arnold Schwarzenegger will be in Michigan this month to rally for Proposal 2. Schwarzenegger has been playing off his famous role in the "Terminator" franchise to support changes to the redistricting process in states throughout the country, and has been raising money for the cause since this summer. He will be in attendance at a 9:30 a.m. rally for the proposal Saturday, Oct. 20 in East Lansing's Ann Street Plaza, a few hours prior to the Michigan State University-University of Michigan football game. Visit the rally's event page for additional information. MLive

Schwarzenegger to visit Michigan and Colorado to rally support for redistricting

Actor and former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) is set to visit Michigan and Colorado to rally support for redistricting in the coming weeks. "People see that things are not going right. Sometimes they express themselves by voting for outsiders," Schwarzenegger told The Atlantic on Saturday regarding his drive to end partisan gerrymandering. "When they see that doesn’t work, they look for the next thing, ‘What else can we fix?’ ” The Hill

Schwarzenegger Is Back in a Wonky Campaign Fight Against Gerrymandering

When he said he’d be back, no one expected that Arnold Schwarzenegger meant at a tailgate rally at Michigan State ahead of the University of Michigan football game—but that’s where he will make his return to the campaign trail next Saturday in East Lansing. Schwarzenegger will land in the middle of the night, on a break from shooting the new Terminator movie in Budapest, to rally in support of Michigan Proposal 2, which would create an independent redistricting commission. He’ll then fly to Colorado for a rally supporting the redistricting initiative there, as part of his continuing mission to end partisan gerrymandering, which could lead to a massive change in the makeup of the House and state legislatures everywhere. The Atlantic

Arnold Schwarzenegger comes to Denver in effort to ‘terminate’ gerrymandering

Arnold Schwarzenegger stopped by Denver Saturday to campaign for re-districting measures that voters will see on the ballot November 6. He didn't hesitate to take advantage of his Hollywood star power. "Let's terminate gerrymeandering," he said to a cheering crowd on the DU campus. Schwarzenegger already changed the way California maps congressional districts when he was Governor there. Now, he's pushing for something similar in Colorado. Denver7

Schwarzenegger to Trump: Coal is the ‘Blockbuster Video of fuel sources’

Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) shared a message for President Trump on Wednesday prodding him over his efforts to save the coal industry, likening it to bringing back "Blockbuster Video. In a video for attn: posted to Facebook, the former governor and star of the "Terminator" franchise questioned why Trump's administration would go "back in time" to help the struggling coal industry, which he called a threat to the future of humanity. The Hill

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