Climate Policy in a Time of Denial

COLUMN: For the next four years, the Clean Power Plan will likely be academic.

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For 15 straight months after Donald Trump declared for president, Earth's temperature set a record high each month. Yet, of 70 questions asked during the presidential debates, none directly raised the world's most urgent issue of governance.

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  • Don Sherwood

    It is amazing - lawyers, non-scientific people if ever there were, blindly leaping on the Climate Change bandwagon, as if it Anthropogenic Climate Change - ACC (man made climate change, as climate has ALWAYS CHANGED - gotten warmer, then colder then repeated) was real. But then, there might be law suits to join in and lap up all those riches. Increasingly, scientists are disagreeing that man has any meaningful impact on the climate!

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