Interactive: Where do 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls stand on climate change?
The Washington Post put together a way for people to compare candidates’ positions on several climate change-related issues.
President Trump has made his position on climate change pretty clear: He has called it a hoax, said the U.S. will pull out of the Paris climate accord, and in June, he told interviewer Piers Morgan on “Good Morning Britain” that “I believe that there’s a change in weather, and I think it changes both ways.”
What about the people running to oppose him as the Democratic presidential nominee?
The Washington Post created, and is updating, this guide to 2020 Democratic presidential candidates’ positions on climate change-related issues. Questions include “Would you ban fracking? and “Would you ban fossil fuel exports?”
The Post notes that “this page will update as we learn more about their plans,” and if you scroll to the bottom, you’ll see the Post is describing each change it makes to the interactive.