In 1988, James Hansen warned Congress that there was a “very strong case” that climate change was having a major impact on weather. Though this is definitely an issue that impacts the United States [let alone the world] as we see with a hurricane in New York, the politicians, including Presidential elects, are not addressing this in their campaigns. The reason why? Neither party wants to offend the fossil fuel industry by talking about it. Watch the video to see how the fossil fuel industry plays into media, taxes, economy and natural disaster relief and why this is such a delicate topic on all sides.