Early voting in Pennsylvania has begun, and science is on the ballot.
Precipitation in the state has increased over the last century, bringing in large storms, power outages, and a negative impact on the economy. Fossil fuel production remains. And many Pennsylvania cities are among the most polluted in the U.S., contributing to more than 4,800 deaths in 2018.
'It is, of course, a beautiful state,' says Bill Nye. 'But it's not gonna stay beautiful unless we address climate change.'
Pennsylvanians can vote early in person through October 27, or vote until 8 pm on Election Day, November 3.