When did climate change become political?

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By Veronica Backer-Peral

This piece was originally published on October 29, 2020, by the Los Angeles Loyolan.

Some topics should be political, but when it comes to climate change and rising global temperatures, it’s remarkable how even basic facts and science continue to be disputed. Renowned environmentalist Bill McKibben speaks to reporter Veronica BP on the topic of when and how climate change became so politicized.

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