Americans are already experiencing the effects of climate change, from stronger storms, to more frequent floods, to worsening wildfires and more. And yet, Congress remains gridlocked when it comes to climate action.
There’s a tragic irony at the heart of that gridlock: Many of the elected representatives in Washington, D.C. who oppose climate action represent the very communities that lie in the paths of the hurricanes, floods and wildfires being turbocharged by climate change.
The 2020 edition of a report by Environment America Research & Policy Center and Frontier Group
Written by Emma Searson and Bronte Payne, Environment America Research & Policy Center; Linus Lu; Tony Dutzik, Frontier Group DOWNLOAD THE REPORT
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