Presidential hopeful builds on Keystone pipeline stance to outline agenda to create climate change compact with Canada and Mexico and incentivize clean energy

A day after announcing her opposition to the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, Hillary Clinton unveiled a more comprehensive agenda for the US energy infrastructure that seeks to transform the US into “the clean energy superpower of the 21st century”.

The Democratic presidential candidate detailed her proposals on Wednesday in both a blog post on Medium and a fact sheet distributed by Clinton’s campaign.

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Source: Guardian Environment