POLITICO 50: The conservative case for fighting climate change

Even as the 2016 Republican platform threw doubt on the idea that global warming is caused by humans, the percentage of conservative Republicans who believe in climate change has doubled in the past two years—to 47 percent, according to a poll this year—raising the possibility of a paradigm shift on an issue that has long split the electorate along party lines. Katharine Hayhoe and Bob Inglis are among a small but growing group on the right who are working to advance this trend—and they’re doing it not with tree-hugging, Birkenstock-wearing self-righteousness but based on the principles of their conservative Christian faith and politics.

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