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Bob Inglis
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Seeking conservative converts to climate change cause

Former congressman Bob Inglis tries to steer his party away from denialism...

“Bob Inglis is putting a lot of faith in young people like Michael Bove, a 20-year-old Siena College student and active Republican whose Mechanicville family makes a living selling heating oil and propane…”

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Polar Bear On Melting Ice
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Melting ice sheets are hastening sea level rise, satellite data confirms

Research shows that pace of melting in Antarctica and Greenland has accelerated… At the current rate, the world’s oceans will be on average at least 60cm (2ft) higher by the end of the century, according to research published in Monday’s Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences…

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Raise Your Voice Not The Sea Level Protest Sign
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Most Americans want ‘aggressive’ action on climate change: Reuters/Ipsos poll

“Most Americans believe the United States should take “aggressive action” to fight climate change, but few see it as a priority issue when compared with the economy or security, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Tuesday.

The June 2-4 opinion poll suggests American voters may not penalize President Donald Trump too harshly for walking away from the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement, even if they would have preferred he keep the country in the deal…”

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