Last week, 10 Republican House members co-sponsored a resolution to “study and address the causes and effects of measured changes to our global and regional climates.”
This is a promising development.
It provides hope that, while there doubtless will be intense debate about the actions that should be taken to increase the chances of a more hopeful future, there is at least the possibility of starting the discussion with an acceptance of the science of climate change.
We can only hope that their political courage will embolden other members to join them.
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Irwin Seltzer, Miami