In the third Republican presidential debate only one candidate was asked about climate change. With minutes left in the broadcast, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was asked what should be done to address the global problem.
“What we should do is be investing in all types of energy,” Christie responded. He went on to explain that in New Jersey, his administration “worked with the private sector to make solar energy affordable and available.”
“That’s the way to deal with global warming, climate change.”