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Kyrsten Sinema, who has a favorable voting record on climate, won an Arizona Senate seat in 2018. In 2020, Mark Kelly, who supports addressing climate change, defeated Martha McSally. who despite acknowledging climate change is happening, has stood against efforts to address the causes of climate change in Congress. Senator McCain previously represented Arizona. In his later years, the late Senator McCain resumed attempts to bridge party gaps and make progress on the issue of climate change. He is said to have sought 'common-sense solutions' to address climate change. Also previously representing Arizona was Jeff Flake, who had a poor record on the environment and on climate change.
I'll never forget the first time I got to see our planet from low-Earth orbit, seeing this big round ball and realizing that we are really all in this together. It becomes really clear really quickly that we have no place else to go. There is no planet B. We're not moving somewhere else someday. We have to do a better job taking care of this planet. - Mark Kelly
Last District Updates March, 2021
Further, 'global warming' now known as 'climate change' is likely not in our control in any event. Historical records clearly demonstrate vast temperature swings long before Man arrived, from temperate zones in Alaska to ice ages in New York - Paul Gosar, District 4 Arizona
You know, I think I have a reasonably good statistics background. And I have not sat there with pages and pages of data. But when you think about the complexity of a worldwide system and the amount of data you'd have to capture, and how you adjust for a sunspot, and how you adjust for a hurricane and I think it's incredibly arrogant for the Al Gores of the world to stand up and say the world is coming to an end. - David Schweikert
Addressing climate change is a matter of national security. That's why we need a plan. - Ruben Gallego
Rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement is a bad deal for the United States. Horrible move by the Biden Administration. - Debbie Lesko, on Twitter
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