Feb 14, 2020
Leading Republicans have long rejected calls for action on climate change. Now, they appear to be changing course. They're pushing new proposals, including a plan to store carbon in trees. What's driving this shift? Is there substance behind these new plans? For that, we spoke with veteran energy and environment reporter Amy Harder of Axios.
Then, New Hampshire Public Radio’s Annie Ropeik on which issues inspired voters to head to the polls in her state, and how much climate factored into their choices.