Charlotte entrepreneur Jay Faison, a son of the late Charlotte developer Henry Faison, has quietly launched a $175 million campaign to convince his fellow conservative Republicans that climate change is real and business can fix it.
Charlotte entrepreneur Jay Faison, a son of the late Charlotte developer Henry Faison, has quietly launched a $175 million campaign to convince his fellow conservative Republicans that climate change is real and business can fix it.
Charlotte entrepreneur Jay Faison, a son of the late Charlotte developer Henry Faison, has quietly launched a $175 million campaign to convince his fellow conservative Republicans that climate change is real and business can fix it.

Charlotte Republican stakes $175 million to address climate change

June 09, 2015 9:22 PM

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