WATCH: Jill Stein discuss her plan to make the White House green
In an interview with Circa, Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein discussed her plan to fight climate change, erase student debt and win over Donald Trump supporters.
Jill Stein on why she's running
When Stein ran for president in 2012, she earned less than one percent of the vote. This election, her polling has reached as high as six percent. But to join Clinton and Trump on the national debate stage, she'd need to poll above 15 percent.
There's one experience I don't have: I don't have experience making deals behind closed doors and taking big money from lobbyists.
A Harvard-trained physician and environmental activist, Stein has never held statewide or national office.
Jill Stein on foreign policy
To help fund some of her programs, Stein's calling for a 50 percent reduction in military spending. Her "peace offensive" would involve the closure of every U.S. military base abroad and ending military aid to certain allies, including Israel.
We actually have the votes that it takes to transform our future.
Jill Stein on climate change
Stein is calling for an emergency mobilization -- a "Green New Deal" -- to address climate change. Her plan calls for 100 percent clean renewable energy by 2030 and creating 20 million new jobs in the clean-energy sector.