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Trump's climate stance clashes with emerging Republican climate strategy

Trump's climate stance clashes with emerging Republican climate strategy

Despite former President Trump's denial of climate science, some Republicans are advocating for policies to address global warming.

Emma Dumain and Timothy Cama reports for POLITICO.

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The Republican who sees climate action as a winning issue

John Curtis is making his climate pitch in a state that had a long history of coal production in the aptly named Carbon County.
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‘Drill, frack, burn coal’: Republicans echo Trump at presidential debate

Former President Donald Trump might not have been at Wednesday’s Republican presidential debate, but his energy policy and rejection of climate science took center stage.

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Alarm at rightwing push to reverse clean-energy success in Texas and beyond

In the scramble before the end of Texas’s legislative session last week, a must-pass bill was amended to impose new costs upon renewable energy.

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How Ron DeSantis shaped Florida’s environment

Ron DeSantis won his primary and the governorship, in part by riding the tide of environmentalism in Florida. But four years later and after officially launching a presidential bid, environmentalists and others offer praise and disappointment — sometimes simultaneously.

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Poll: Religious Americans less worried about climate change

Highly religious Americans — those who pray daily, regularly attend religious services and consider religion crucial in their lives — are far less likely than other U.S. adults to express concern about global warming.

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How Bakersfield feels about climate change

Climate change, despite impacting everyone in some way, is a deeply divisive issue, particularly with regard to how much responsibility should be placed on human behavior and to what degree the U.S. government should step in to mitigate our role in the crisis.

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