How Climate Change Denial Threatens National Security

Bipartisanship feels increasingly rare in the United States today, but a recent House of Representatives vote shows it isn't dead yet. 46 Republicans aligned with Democrats on a vote over language about climate change in defense policy legislation, tipping the vote against an amendment that would have removed the language. It's a small step, but one advocates hope points to shifting opinions on climate change among Republicans.[...]

How Climate Change Denial Threatens National Security

Last week, military officials described how climate change would escalate instability across the globe and make it harder for the US military to conduct its operations.

Mon 17 Jul 17 from Wired Science

House Defeats Anti-Climate Amendment With Republican Help

43 Republicans broke ranks with their party to vote against an amendment that would prevent the US military from studying how climate change will impact its ability to protect American interests. ...

Fri 14 Jul 17 from CleanTechnica

46 Republicans join Democrats to protect climate change language

Bipartisanship feels increasingly rare in the United States today, but a recent House of Representatives vote shows it isn't dead yet. 46 Republicans aligned with Democrats on a vote over language ...

Fri 14 Jul 17 from Inhabitat

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