As of Tuesday, 83 congressional members have amplified more than 100 unique narratives related to climate change. The leading congressional amplifiers of the climate change narrative include Rep. Martin Heinrich (D-NM), Rep. Sean Casten (D-IL), and Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX). The leading narrative trends currently include general terms such as white house, oil and gas, and President Biden.
An in-depth Kudzu analysis of the climate change narrative indicates there is a wide array of subtopics amplified by congressional members. This diversity has prevented one individual narrative or storyline from dominating the conversation. As of Tuesday morning, the most amplified unique narrative is a CNN article titled, “VP Harris' Team Tries to Distance Her from Fraught Situation at the Border.” Published on June 1, the article has been amplified by 10 congressional Republicans.
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Every hour, Kudzu analyzes thousands of pieces of content from the official blogs, Twitter accounts, and YouTube channels of United States senators and representatives.