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Students in Indiana demand climate change action; lawmakers say “no”
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Students in Indiana demand climate change action; lawmakers say “no”

Climate change action demanded by Indiana students; lawmakers say 'no'


It’s obvious to a lot of people. To the Indiana cities who are taking steps towards reducing their carbon emissions. To the Hoosier farmers, who are experiencing lower crop yields due to hotter summers and wetter springs. Students at high school who are afraid for their future, urging Indiana leaders to make a difference. 

Yet, The state legislature seems to have blinders.According to environmental advocates and experts, climate change is a serious issue. 

This session has seen three pieces of legislation. Two bills would create task force to tackle climate change issues. The other is a resolution that says “the Indiana General Assembly acknowledges climate change as a serious problem for Indiana.”

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