Will Hurricane Harvey and other storms spur action on climate change?
AUSTIN -- Despite three major hurricanes battering the country this year, political experts predict there will be no immediate federal policy to address climate change, and Republicans and Democrats will stay staunchly divided on the issue.
"If you are a Democrat you think [climate change] is real. If you are a Republican, you don't think it's real," said Joshua Busby, a professor at UT Austin's LBJ School of Public Affairs at an energy conference for journalists. "What that means is nothing will shake your faith in your party attachments."
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