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Climate Change Finds Its Way onto the Debate Stage in Nevada

Studies have also shown that Latino voters are more engaged with the issue of climate change than other voting groups.

WNYC Studios

Once an afterthought, climate change emerges as a key issue in Democratic primaries

Climate change and the environment have emerged as a front-burner issue in early Democratic primary states this presidential election cycle, in ways difficult to fathom only a few years ago.


On climate change, a priority for Nevada voters, debate reveals divide over how they would address fossil fuels

As Democratic Nevada caucus-goers weigh which candidate to support in the final days before declaring their preferences on Saturday, polling suggests climate change is at the top of voters’ minds. On Tuesday, at the final debate before the caucus, candidates all agreed climate change poses an existential threat. Where they diverged was over what they … Continue reading ""


Climate crisis gets stage time at Democratic debate

Debate moderator Jon Ralston, editor of the Nevada Independent, asked candidates about their plans to combat climate change in Las Vegas and Reno, and keep two of the fastest-warming cities in the nation livable.

Nevada Current

Local activists hold Democratic debate watch party to discuss climate change

As tempers flared on stage during Wednesday’s Democratic Presidential Debate in Las Vegas, valley activists held a watch party to grade each candidate’s plans to combat climate change.

KLAS - 8 News Now

Debate watch Las Vegas: Environmental groups quiet down for climate change answers

When the topic switched to climate change and the environment, the room grew quiet at the banquet hall here, as those at this debate watch party honed in on candidates’ responses.

NBC News

Democratic candidates engage in lengthy debate over climate change

Democratic presidential candidates discussed climate change at length on the debate stage Wednesday night, addressing energy sources ranging from natural gas to lithium batteries.


Climate was public enemy No. 2 — after Mike Bloomberg — at Nevada’s Democratic debate

In Nevada, where Wednesday’s debate took place, recent polling shows climate change is a defining issue for likely Democratic caucusgoers, particularly Latinos.


Democratic presidential candidates debate climate-change policy and fracking

Democratic candidates take the stage for the ninth primary debate of the 2020 presidential election, this one in Nevada.