Doubt, Deny or Defend: Republicans on Climate Change
President-elect Donald Trump is giving plum jobs to Republicans who deny or downplay the risks of climate disruption. That's a big shift from the time of President George W. Bush, when U.S. Senators John McCain and Lindsay Graham pursued climate-fixing legislation.
Bob Inglis, former Republican Congressman and Executive Director of RepublicEn, says Republicans should not doubt or deny the science. Rather, they should defend it because their party has the best solutions, ones based on markets and not mandates. He will join John Hofmeister, former President of Shell Oil Company, to discuss the tensions and challenges between climate science, America's energy needs and the Republican party in the coming years.
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Former President, Shell Oil Company
Executive Director, RepublicEn.org; former Congressman (R-SC)