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April 2018: Making Climate Personal vs. Partisan

Americans’ climate concerns are increasing in a time when EPA staffers are receiving talking points directing them to downplay the human impact on our changing climate. Although political division over climate change persists, more Republican leaders have joined the Climate Solutions Caucus, conservatives are bringing forward climate solution plans, and millennialsLatinos, and African Americans all express strong support for climate action. When people see the personal relevance of climate impacts and the benefits of solutions, they choose to engage, regardless of political affiliation. Find out what we are doing to inspire, empower, and activate faith, health, and local communities on climate solutions in this month’s edition of the eUpdate.

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