An Associated Press poll out today finds nearly 80 percent of Americans believe temperatures are rising and that global warming will be a serious problem for the United States if nothing is done to combat it.
There's not nearly as much agreement when it comes to what should be done. Lately, some college students across the country are taking a new approach: asking their schools to divest from fossil fuel stocks.
Bryan Walsh, senior writer with Time Magazine joins the show to explain this strategy. Plus, we speak with 20-year-old Ali Roseberry Polier is one of the students organizing a new environmental campaign at her school, Swarthmore College, the first campus with a fossil fuel divestment campaign.