Scientists have long sought to distance themselves from politics. Looks like that's starting to change, thanks to Trump.
For the last time, there was no global warming hiatus.
At a hearing on Tuesday, he's expected to push a bill limiting the kinds of science EPA can use.
Lamar Smith, chair of the House Science Committee, intends to do anything but.
Compare that to 90 percent of Clinton voters and 65 percent of general Americans.
Climate hawks have been at the forefront.
It's not all about Washington, D.C. States continue to move forward on climate and clean energy initiatives.
Second verse, same as the first.
After signing a new climate law, she posted an epic photograph that many on social media interpreted as a jab at President Trump.