Christie Whitman on Republicans and climate change

By John Mecklin | March 4, 2019

Former EPA administrator and New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman talks about why it is important for more Republican officeholders and Christian conservatives to speak publicly about the reality of climate change, and how the GOP may be setting itself up for a political fall if it does not come to grips with the climate crisis.

As the coronavirus crisis shows, we need science now more than ever.

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