Exit Stage Left: What Might It Mean for US Climate Policy

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Time is not our friend here. We need to agree to what we can agree to, recognize that there are going to be some things some of us think would be really good ideas that are not going to make it in.

- Senator Tina Smith (D-MN)

Staffers are to politicians as canaries are to coal miners. When they stop singing, there’s a problem. Key Biden

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Stronberg is a thought leader in the climate community with over 40 years of experience covering environmental and sustainability issues as a freelancer.

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