- Oct 30, 2020
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You are free to persist in your hyper-partisan denial of science and believe that anthropogenic climate change is a Chinese hoax if that is what your dogma dictates, but it is becoming less of a political matter in the U.S. with the rise of better-educated younger Americans as a percentage of the nation's demographics:There is real science and there is democrat science. Only a fool would take democrat science seriously.
Even though 97% of scientists agree that the climate is warming due to human activities, doubts among the general public run strong. Sadly, many times this has come down to a partisan issue - 72% of Democratic and Democratic leaners believe that human action is greatly contributing to climate change, vs. 22% of Republicans and Republican leaners. But gradually, this is changing, especially among the young. More and more people are seeing climate change as a scientific, ethical, and moral issue rather than a political one. Many Republicans are realizing what an important issue climate is - for this election and the future - and in some instances, the partisan divide is gradually beginning to fade.
Becoming engaged with the narrative of climate change helps people to care - and to do something - independent of political leaning.