American negotiators are buoyed by broad public support for stronger international and domestic actions that address climate change as they head into the United Nations climate change conference in Paris on Monday.
Two-thirds of Americans support the United States joining a binding international agreement to curb growth of greenhouse gas emissions, but a slim majority of Republicans remain opposed, the poll found. Sixty-three percent of Americans — including a bare majority of Republicans — said they would support domestic policy limiting carbon emissions from power plants. (New York Times)
Today’s Question: Should the U.S. join a binding international agreement to curb greenhouse gas emissions?