Political Candidate Climate Positions This Airtable has been pre-sorted to group candidates by State and Office Sought. Airtable allows you to scroll across to see all columns. It also lets you reset the width of the displayed rows, to sort, filter, group, ungroup or copy the candidates' answers. Learn [...]
U.N. Climate Talks End With Few Commitments and a 'Lost' Opportunity Following the Madrid climate talks, Somini Sengupta reports on the incredibly disappointing outcome in The New York Times in an article called “U.N. Talks End With Few Commitments and a 'Lost' Opportunity." Climate talks in Madrid ended on December 14th [...]
Bipartisan Senate climate caucus grows by six members Rebecca Beitsch reports on the news that six new members will be joining the Climate Solutions Caucus in her article, "Bipartisan Senate climate caucus grows by six members". Three republican representatives, an independent, and two democrats have joined the bipartisan caucus which was created [...]
Scientists Have Been Underestimating the Pace of Climate Change Naomi Oreskes, Michael Oppenheimer, and Dale Jamieson published an article in Scientific American called “Scientists Have Been Underestimating the Pace of Climate Change,” which relate the ideas in their book Discerning Experts with the news that the Hadley Centre has led a recent effort in collecting more accurate [...]
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How the fossil fuel industry got the media to think climate change was debatable Washington Post, by Amy Westervelt, January 10, 2019. Documents uncovered by journalists and activists over the past decade lay out a clear strategy: First, target media outlets to get them to report more on the “uncertainties” in climate […]
There is no other way to put this: a block of Republican politicians are knowingly compromising our lives and our children’s future in order to stay in office. 180 of 535 members of Congress have received $82,882,725 in dirty money from the coal, oil, and gas industries, according to CAPAF’s research. And, […]