Nathan and I switch it up a bit for an election special going through each position of Presidential candidates on climate change and ocean health
The US presidential election is less than a couple of months away and we haven’t heard any of the candidates talk about their positions on science, especially Climate Change and Ocean Health.
This past week, we found out that a website called ScienceDebate.org asked the 4 candidates what their positions were on 20 specific areas in science. Each candidate answered on every theme and they are written out on the website.
Today, Nathan and I go over two positions: Climate Change and Ocean Health. We wanted to cover more themes; however, we ran out of time. So we did the best we could.
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Today we discussed the following:
- Science Debate:“We think the candidates for president should be debating science, tech, health and environmental issues on TV, so that voters know where they stand—and journalists should be asking.Since 2008, we have crowdsourced thousands of questions about the top science issues affecting us, from climate change to healthy foods to vaccines to energy and jobs, and asked the candidates for president and congress what they would do. Asking these questions has changed the national dialogue, media coverage, and the presidency.”
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