Democratic Candidates Stance on Climate Change

Democratic Candidates Stance on Climate Change

As part of our Covering Climate Now coverage Emma Chandra looked at where the Democratic candidates stand on the issue and compared that with some of the actions taken by President Trump in his first two and a half years in office.
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