It’s hard to make global warming seem relevant to people's lives. Exhibit A: The Democratic convention
New polling makes the case that Democrats should highlight how they're different from Republicans on climate change and clean energy.
California Gov. Jerry Brown: Our drought is real, climate denial isn't.
They know they won't be able to get anything through Congress.
And it wasn't just that they endorsed Hillary Clinton.
A pop song was the warm-up to the DNC's first prime-time mention of climate change.
Politicians copy industry talking points all the time, and it's harder to catch them in the act.
Of course, that doesn't mean they intend to do anything about it.
From reforming campaign finance to raising the gas tax, here are solutions that make sense.