What Trump Voters Think of Climate Change - ColorLines magazine

Supporters wait for the arrival of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and vice presidential nominee Governor Mike Pence during their final campaign rally on Election Day in the Devos Place November 8, 2016, in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

The irreversible rise of the clean economy in 2017 - GreenBiz

In this new monthly column, We Mean Business, a global coalition of non-profit organizations working with thousands of the world's most influential businesses, shows how industries are accelerating the transition to a zero-carbon economy. The path to a ...

Wayne Madsen: Congress should heed warnings and fight climate change - Post-Bulletin

Although the Trump administration believes man-made climate change is a hoax invented by the Chinese, the Senate and House of Representatives should not abrogate their responsibility to maintain America's commitment to halting the steady melting of ...

In Australia and the US, sound climate policy is being held hostage by vested interests - The Guardian

'The recent attacks on climate action by the Trump presidency and the Turnbull government's embrace of the discourse of “clean coal” reflect the toxic, partisan political war that has engulfed US and Australian climate policy.' Photograph: Bloomberg ...

In Your Opinion: Republicans have to be persuaded about climate change - Oneonta Daily Star

President Trump has gotten off to a fast start undoing President Obama's policies on climate change and the environment. This is truly dangerous for everyone, not only Americans, but for the future of the planet. Here in New York, we have a reasonable ...

Most Trump voters see climate as an 'alternative fact' - E&E News

As Donald Trump was being inaugurated last month, Randall Johnston, 64, a staunch supporter of the president, had a request for the new administration. "I would like not much [action] on climate change," he said. "I think it's just natural, and we ...