Polls make it clear that the American public as a whole, including a majority of Republicans, accepts the science of climate change. Still, congressional Republicans aren’t eager to agree. In the March magazine, the Bulletin talks with Republicans and conservative Christians who do support climate action about how they reconcile their politics with the scientific reality of climate change.
SPECIAL ISSUE: Conservatives and Republicans for climate action
Introduction: Climate change action—from the right
Christie Whitman on Republicans and climate change
James Brainard: A Republican mayor for city-level climate action
Evangelicals for climate action
The inhumanity of nuclear deterrence
James E. Doyle
Russian nuclear forces, 2019
Hans M. Kristensen and Matt Korda
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