Rep. Mark Walker participates in a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing on Feb. 3, 2015.

Rep. Mark Walker (R-N.C.) doesn’t deny the climate is changing, but he does deny the basic facts underpinning that conclusion.

On Tuesday, at a town hall in Graham, North Carolina, the GOP representative responded to a constituent’s question about climate change by simultaneously acknowledging it exists ― and denying humans are responsible for it:

.@RepMarkWalker says he’s not a climate change denier, but questions “how much of it is man made,” and whether it’s worth burdensome reg.

— Alex Rose (@AlexRoseNews) May 30, 2017

Walker told the crowd of around 75 people he doesn’t doubt the climate is shifting, but that he is unsure “how much of it is man-made,” and…