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Posted: Thursday, May 30, 2019 12:00 am

At the monthly Tri-Valley Citizens Climate Lobby meeting, Carlos Cubelo, a former member of the House of Representatives and co-chair of the Congressional Future Caucus, discussed on video how climate change was now being discussed in the U.S. Congress.

Cubelo noted that recently those who do not believe in climate change are rarely being called upon to testify in congressional hearings at the Climate Solutions Caucus. There has been a dramatic shift in the discussion. The debate these days is not about whether climate change is a real phenomenon or questioning the science. The dialogue between Republicans and Democrats now is about determining the best solutions to deal with climate change. He said that this a drastic improvement; we are closer than we have ever been to a carbon solution that our country and the world need.

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