News came out recently that the Spanish government had adapted one of the hardest lines against more ambitious climate targets. That’s kind of perplexing because Spain is on the frontlines of the climate crisis and should be on the frontlines of a green revolution. In terms of the climate, this could be a great opportunity. Sánchez’s team has strongly emphasized the climate issue, and the current president of the party is a former minister of the environment. The climate isn’t at the top of the Spanish agenda, but — in terms of the priorities that propelled Sánchez to regain PSOE leadership — it was more strongly emphasized than it was by Podemos.