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Climate Change And Politics In America

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Climate change and politics in America
Climate change is one of the challenges that affect the globe. However, the political
difference is not an exclusive driver of the citizen's view concerning climate problems, and
citizen's degree of concerns regarding climate change also matters a lot. Around 35 percent of
American citizens are individually interested in global climate change, whether republicans
or democrats, and look at the science of climate as a solution and feel that people are one of
the causes of this global problem (Leiserowitz et al., 2020). There are broad gaps in climate
policy and science among individuals at the end of the political scope due to the party
divides. Having different opinions will significantly affect the researchers studying the
climate in the United States. The more liberal are the individual's politics are, the more they
are likely to accept the science and the solutions, and concerning politics, the outcomes are
stunning. Democrats and conservative republicans view the climate-associated problems from
various perspectives.
The liberal democrats believe in climate scientists' work and believe that policies can
be implemented to help solve them. Therefore it clearly shows how an individual's different
opinions over the climate problems tie with individuals' ideas concerning climate scientists
and their role. The integrity of climate research in American is carefully linked with their
political opinions, influencing the studies. In contrast, the conservative Republicans are more
minded, saying that research outcomes are affected by the scientist's inspiration to advance
their career or their political leaning frequently (Machin & Ruser, 2019). Climate change will
bring long-lasting consequences because of these political views on the problem leading to
inadequate information to help develop solutions to solve the issue. Individual perspectives
about climate scientists and their beliefs about climate change always influence climate
change and appropriate ways to handle the problem, especially their political orientation and
concerns over climate change.

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1 Climate change and politics in America Student’s name Institution Affiliation Date 2 Climate change and politics in America Climate change is one of the challenges that affect the globe. However, the political difference is not an exclusive driver of the citizen's view concerning climate problems, and citizen's degree of concerns regarding climate change also matters a lot. Around 35 percent of American citizens are individually interested in global climate change, whether republicans or democrats, and look at the science of climate as a solution and feel that people are one of the causes of this global problem (Leiserowitz et al., 2020). There are broad gaps in climate policy and science among individuals at the end of the political scope due to the party divides. Having different opinions will significantly affect the researchers studying the climate in the United States. The mo ...
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