(St. George, UT) -- Former Republican Congressman Bob Inglis of South Carolina says he has changed his outlook on climate change and is in southern Utah this week to talk about it. Inglis had denied climate change was real when he was in office until 2011, but says talking with his children and doing research convinced him it is real, it is a threat, and Republicans need to get involved in the s
Climate change and air pollution are shaping the way many Utahns vote in elections.
That's part of the finding of the latest State of the Rockies poll conducted by Colorado College.
Pollsters asked questions of 400 registered voters and found that 56-percent said lawmakers need to take action on climate change.
Utah Senator Mitt Romney is joining a group of his colleagues who want to find solutions to climate change.
The Utah Republican said in a tweet yesterday that he is now part of the Senate Climate Solutions Caucus.
The group consists of an equal number of Democrats and Republicans and will focus on how Congress can create incentives to grow the use of green technologies in the U...
Most Utahns believe that climate change is real, though they differ on how serious it is.
A poll by UtahPolicy.com shows that 43-percent of the 822 adults asked in the survey think that climate change is real and that it can be brought under control...
The Pentagon calls Hill Air Force Base in northern Utah most at risk for negative impacts from climate change among 79 vital military installations in the United States.
News reports state that a document provided by the Defense Department to members of Congress provided rankings of 79 Air Force, Army and Navy bases considered mission-critical.