A new Duke study examined why it is so difficult to find consensus on addressing climate change. “Because climate change has become polarized along party lines, it’s no longer just an issue of finding ‘the right framing’ to convey relevant facts,” said study author Jack Zhou.
the Nicholas School of the Environment website
Record-breaking temperatures are occurring with alarming frequency in the United States, but Americans are reacting with a collective shrug. One explanation: For a vast majority of Americans, the weather is simply becoming more pleasant.
The New York Times
“Sanders has actually put forth a plan to actually curb emissions, whereas in Clinton’s place really right now it’s just continued rhetoric, and there’s no clear plan put forth.”
the Real News Network