Hurdles To Climate Change Action In Economics And Politics, Not Divided Science

Congress has heard the “supermajority” consensus on the reality and causes of climate change, note scientists from Texas A&M University, Idaho State University and University of Oklahoma. In a paper published in Climatic Change, the researchers suggest looking at business interests, partisan predispositions and political ideology for the hurdles to policy action. “Different perceptions and … Continue reading Hurdles To Climate Change Action In Economics And Politics, Not Divided Science