Harris asks Barrett if COVID-19 is infectious and if smoking causes cancer to make climate change point
Wednesday, 14 October 2020 Sen. Kamala Harris asked Judge Amy Coney Barrett if smoking causes cancer and if coronavirus is infectious, in an effort to reveal the Supreme Court nominee’s thoughts on climate change.
Amy Coney Barrett has dodged Democrats’ questions all week on policy matters. Her silence has been defeaning for some during her Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing. But on Wednesday, she took it a step further and refused to discuss whether climate change is real. Kamala Harris asked...
Union Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change Prakash Javadekar on November 27 launched 'Climate Change Knowledge Portal'. The portal will have all the major steps that the Centre is taking..
Teenage environmental activist Greta Thunberg had strong words for Amy Coney Barrett. Amy Coney Barrett has a fairly noncommittal stance on climate change. The Supreme Court nominee expressed it during..
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