U.S. Representative Carlos Curbelo, R-Miami, at his campaign headquarters in October 2016. Curbelo is a Republican who says his party isn’t doing enough to combat the effects of climate change, but it remains to be seen how he’ll be able to convince conservative members of his party to work on the issue.
U.S. Representative Carlos Curbelo, R-Miami, at his campaign headquarters in October 2016. Curbelo is a Republican who says his party isn’t doing enough to combat the effects of climate change, but it remains to be seen how he’ll be able to convince conservative members of his party to work on the issue. David Santiago dsantiago@elnuevoherald.com
U.S. Representative Carlos Curbelo, R-Miami, at his campaign headquarters in October 2016. Curbelo is a Republican who says his party isn’t doing enough to combat the effects of climate change, but it remains to be seen how he’ll be able to convince conservative members of his party to work on the issue. David Santiago dsantiago@elnuevoherald.com

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