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Climate Change and Carbon Management: Has the US Transcended Partisanship?
As scientific evidence quantified the increased rate of climate change in the last 50 years, this poignant topic pushed to the forefront of political policy and subsequently emerged as a source of partisan dissent in the U.S. Original questions pertaining to the validity of climate change are no longer under scrutiny, but instead transitioned to what can be done to mitigate climate change.

Carbon Management Report 2020
Between October 15 and 22, 2020, the Hobby School of Public Affairs and UH Energy conducted a survey of 1,500 respondents to assess public opinion towards climate change, support for polices aimed at curbing carbon emissions, and the public’s willingness to pay for decarbonized electricity, gas, and fuel.