The One Sure Way to Convince a Climate Denier

May 30 · 6 min read
Students gather to demand the government take action on climate change at Martin Place on November 30, 2018 in Sydney, Australia. Photo: Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images

By Zoe Sayler

Back in 2007, South Carolina Congressman Bob Inglis rebelled against the Republican party and his conservative state: He told the world that climate change was real, that it was caused by humans, and that his party would “get hammered” if they didn’t step up and do something about it. Then, unlike other Republicans who gave the issue lip service at the time, he actually

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