Climate Solutions Caucus

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The Climate Solutions Caucus is a bipartisan group of members of the United States House of Representatives who work to achieve action addressing the risks from climate change.[1] The caucus was started in 2016 by two south-Florida representatives during the 114th Congress: Congressman Carlos Curbelo (R-FL) and Congressman Ted Deutch (D-FL).[1]

Mission[edit]

According to Co-Chair Curbelo's House website, the mission of the Caucus is:

"to educate members on economically-viable options to reduce climate risk and to explore bipartisan policy options that address the impacts, causes, and challenges of our changing climate."[2]

Members, 115th Congress[edit]

The co-chairs have decided that membership will consist of equal representation of Republicans and Democrats.[2] In the 115th Congress, members are as follows.[3]

Name Party District
Rep. Carlos Curbelo (co-chair) Republican Florida 26th
Rep. Ted Deutch (co-chair) Democratic Florida 22nd
Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Republican Florida 27th
Rep. Alan Lowenthal Democratic California 47th
Rep. Ryan Costello Republican Pennsylvania 6th
Rep. Brendan Boyle Democratic Pennsylvania 13th
Rep. Erik Paulsen Republican Minnesota 3rd
Rep. John Delaney Democratic Maryland 6th
Rep. Lee Zeldin Republican New York 1st
Rep. Seth Moulton Democratic Massachusetts 6th
Rep. Mark Amodei Republican Nevada 2nd
Rep. Scott Peters Democratic California 52nd
Rep. Mia Love Republican Utah 4th
Rep. Peter Welch Democratic Vermont at-large
Rep. Elise Stefanik Republican New York 21st
Rep. Jim Himes Democratic Connecticut 4th
Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick Republican Pennsylvania 8th
Rep. Suzanne Bonamici Democratic Oregon 1st
Rep. Brian Mast Republican Florida 18th
Rep. Don Beyer Democratic Virginia 8th
Rep. Dave Reichert Republican Washington 8th
Rep. Earl Blumenauer Democratic Oregon 3rd
Rep. Don Bacon Republican Nebraska 2nd
Rep. Charlie Crist Democratic Florida 13th
Rep. Darrell Issa Republican California 49th
Rep. Juan Vargas Democratic California 51st
Rep. Rodney Davis Republican Illinois 13th
Rep. Jerry McNerney Democratic California 9th
Rep. John Faso Republican New York 19th
Rep. Anna Eshoo Democratic California 18th
Rep. Peter T. King Republican New York 2nd
Rep. Dan Lipinski Democratic Illinois 3rd
Rep. Tom Reed Republican New York 23rd
Rep. Thomas Suozzi Democratic New York 3rd
Rep. Mike Coffman Republican Colorado 6th
Rep. Anne McLane Kuster Democratic New Hampshire 2nd
Rep. Mike Gallagher Republican Wisconsin 8th
Rep. Salud Carbajal Democratic California 24th
Rep. Claudia Tenney Republican New York 22nd
Rep. Mike Thompson Democratic California 5th
Rep. Scott Taylor Republican Virginia 2nd
Rep. Jimmy Panetta Democratic California 20th
Rep. Barbara Comstock Republican Virginia 10th
Rep. Stacey Plaskett Democratic Virgin Islands at-large
Rep. David Joyce Republican Ohio 14th
Rep. Rick Nolan Democratic Minnesota 8th
Rep. Leonard Lance Republican New Jersey 7th
Rep. Matt Cartwright Democratic Pennsylvania 17th
Rep. Steve Knight Republican California 25th
Rep. Marcy Kaptur Democratic Ohio 9th
Rep. Ed Royce Republican California 39th
Rep. Derek Kilmer Democratic Washington 6th
Rep. Pat Tiberi Republican Ohio 12th
Rep. John Larson Democratic Connecticut 1st
Rep. Chris Collins Republican New York 27th
Rep. Nydia Velázquez Democratic New York 7th
Rep. Jack Bergman Republican Michigan 1st
Rep. Stephanie Murphy Democratic Florida 7th
Rep. Mimi Walters Republican California 45th
Rep. Pete Aguilar Democratic California 31st
Rep. Matt Gaetz Republican Florida 1st
Rep. Josh Gottheimer Democratic New Jersey 5th
Rep. Mark Sanford Republican South Carolina 1st
Rep. David Cicilline Democratic Rhode Island 1st
Rep. Dan Donovan Republican New York 11th
Rep. Elizabeth Esty Democratic Connecticut 5th
Rep. Amata Radewagen Republican American Samoa at-large
Rep. Judy Chu Democratic California 27th
Rep. Randy Hultgren Republican Illinois 14th
Rep. Ed Perlmutter Democratic Colorado 7th
Rep. Tom MacArthur Republican New Jersey 3rd
Rep. Eliot Engel Democratic New York 16th
Rep. Peter Roskam Republican Illinois 6th
Rep. Ron Kind Democratic Wisconsin 3rd
Rep. Dave Trott Republican Michigan 11th
Rep. Jan Schakowsky Democratic Illinois 9th
Rep. Jenniffer González-Colón Republican Puerto Rico at-large
Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton Democratic District of Columbia at-large
Rep. Bill Posey Republican Florida 8th
Rep. Robert Scott Democratic Virginia 3rd
Rep. Lynn Jenkins Republican Kansas 2nd
Rep. Stephen Lynch Democratic Massachusetts 8th
Rep. Brett Guthrie Republican Kentucky 2nd
Rep. John Yarmuth Democratic Kentucky 3rd
Rep. Kevin Yoder[4] Republican Kansas 3rd
Rep. Ami Bera[4] Democratic California 7th

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "The Climate Solutions Caucus". Citizens' Climate Lobby. Retrieved 2018-01-09. 
  2. ^ a b "Curbelo, Deutch Welcome New Members to Bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus". Congressman Carlos Curbelo. 2017-01-23. Retrieved 2017-03-24. 
  3. ^ "Climate Solutions Caucus: The Bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus". Congressman Ted Deutch. Retrieved 2018-05-20. 
  4. ^ a b Wirzba, Emily. "Who Is in the Bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus?". Friends Committee on National Legislation. Retrieved 2018-08-17.