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April 14, 2022

Profits Soar amid the Climate Crisis

Profits Soar amid the Climate Crisis

April 14, 2022
Published By American Promise

Often touted as a hot-button issue, climate change can feel like a tough topic for a non-partisan org like us to talk about. But here are the facts: Most Americans—including more than half of Republicans and overwhelming shares of Democrats—support initiatives to reduce the impacts of climate change. Meanwhile, the fossil fuel industry pours millions of dollars into lobbying efforts aimed at boosting their bottom lines, with no regard for the well-being of our planet or all of us who live on it. So whether or not climate change is your issue, it’s a perfect example of big moneyed special interests protecting profits by trampling the voices of the American people. And together that’s what we’re going to stop.

-The American Promise Team

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