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9 Inspiring Signs of Progress on the Climate Change Front

More and more people seem to be recognizing the seriousness of climate change and the need for action. That’s good news – but to keep people inspired and motivated, it’s important to emphasize not only what can be done, but what’s already being done to address climate change. This Huffington Post article by Seth Shulman, […]

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The Truth About Republicans and Climate Change

The new crop of Congressional Republicans seem united in their resistance to climate solutions – but the same isn’t true of Republican voters. A new study from the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication found large variations in opinion among the GOP electorate. A majority of moderate and liberal Republicans believe climate change is happening, […]

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This Tea Party Leader is Championing Green. Here’s Why.

Debbie Dooley isn’t your typical Tea Party leader. She’s a Georgia grandmother who became an activist six years ago when her first grandson was born. Dooley is co-founder of the Atlanta Tea Party Patriots, and has been active with the Tea Party Patriots since their inception. Last summer, she teamed up with the Sierra Club […]

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Climate Change’s Toughest Political Audience: Tea Party Members

The Yale Project on Climate Change Communication recently released a report that broke out the Tea Party for comparison against the other major political parties for views on climate change. The results show the Tea Party is consistently lowest in climate change belief and concern, highest in support of fossil fuel and nuclear energy, and […]

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Climate Change Doubt Is Tea Party Article of Faith

Climate Change Doubt Is Tea Party Article of Faith

In this article, John Broder demonstrates how the climate change discussion in Indiana political races has been heavily influenced by the Tea Party and other fossil fuel interests who have instilled doubt or denial in the American people, particularly in Americans of Christian faith. (more…)

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