"With Trump Vowing To Withdraw From Climate Pacts, Other Nations, Companies Take Lead," WGBH News (November 2016) – By Heather Goldstone, this article covers the opportunity for Republicans to lead on climate change and features DEPLOY/US CEO, Andrea Strimling Yodsampa.
"Military, Business, and Faith Leaders Highlight Conservative Cases for Climate Action," Living Lab Radio (January 2017) – Produced by Heather Goldstone and Elsa Partan; pitched and facilitated by DEPLOY/US. Members of the Military-Business-Faith network, which DEPLOY/US co-leads with the Center for Climate and Security, provide an overview of the many conservative cases for action on climate and clean energy.
“The Conservative Case for Climate Change,” Radio Boston, WBUR (April, 2017) – An excellent interview prior to his DEPLOY/US appearance at the Harvard Club in April 2017, former Rep. Bob Inglis (4th District, South Carolina) talks about his own change of mind and efforts to engage other conservatives in climate action.
"Taking Politics Out of Climate Change," NOVA Next (May 2017) – Written by Christina Couch, this article offers an excellent primer on the politicization of climate change, solution aversion and reframing the conversation. It includes interviews with DEPLOY/US CEO Andrea Strimling Yodsampa and several members of the Military-Business-Faith network.
“It’s not too late to ‘go green’ in changing climate of Washington,” The Hill (May 2017) – By Manik Roy, Senior Fellow, DEPLOY/US. This op-ed summarizes the many times Republicans have joined Democrats in enacting environmental laws as a way to offset damage to the Republican brand.
“Republican ‘climate caucus’ offered little support for Paris deal,” Climate Home (June 2017) – In this article, DEPLOY/US Senior Fellow Catrina Rorke offers context for the decision to exit the Paris Agreement.