Tonight, 10 Democrats seeking the party’s nomination for the 2020 presidential election will pitch their visions on how to combat climate change during a marathon seven-hour town hall-style event hosted by CNN.
Many of the presidential hopefuls have released their plans ahead of the event, but each one will have a specific time to lay out their proposals to a national audience.
Here’s what you need to know about the climate change town hall event:
When does the town hall start?
The town hall will begin at 4pm CT, with the candidates having about 40 minutes each to answer questions.
Who is participating in the climate change town hall?
Each candidate will have time to speak about their climate change plans. Here is the schedule:
- 4pm CT – Julian Castro will be interviewed by Wolf Blitzer
- 4:40pm CT – Andrew Yang will be interviewed by Wolf Blitzer
- 5:20pm CT – Kamala Harris will be interviewed by Erin Burnett
- 6pm CT – Amy Klobuchar will be interviewed by Erin Burnett
- 7pm CT – Joe Biden will be interviewed by Anderson Cooper
- 7:40pm CT – Bernie Sanders will be interviewed by Anderson Cooper
- 8:20pm CT – Elizabeth Warren will be interviewed by Chris Cuomo
- 9pm CT – Pete Buttigieg will be interviewed by Chris Cuomo
- 9:40pm CT – Beto O’Rourke will be interviewed by Don Lemon
- 10:20pm CT – Cory Booker will be interviewed by Don Lemon
How to watch tonight’s climate change town hall
The climate town hall will air on CNN.
You can watch it on CNN’s homepage, as well as its apps on mobile devices and on CNNGo on streaming services like Roku, Amazon Fire, and Apple TV.