September 8, 2011

How the Tea Party Changed the Climate Debate

Brad Plumer, Washington Post

AP Photo

Has belief in global warming become a purely partisan affair? It certainly looks that way: Most of the major Republican presidential candidates, save for the doomed Jon Huntsman, now say they don’t believe humans are warming the planet. The going theory is that they’re just representing their party. But the going theory might be wrong. . .

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TAGGED: carbon emissions, Tea Party, election 2012, climate change, Washington Post


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