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Cheating Our Way Out of Climate Consequences

Johan C. Faust, Christian März and Sian F. Henley via Wikipedia Commons

I had an interesting conversation recently. Whenever the long term consequences of climate change come up for discussion, a few distinct factions reliably make an appearance. The deniers of course, first to show up and loudest. But they aren’t alone in viewing the issue of climate change through a political lens.




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