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New Congressional Leaders Deny Climate Change, as well as Climate, Change

Thursday, November 11, 2010

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New Congressional Leaders Deny Climate Change, as well as Climate, Change

In an apparent game of one-upmanship, Republican members of Congress continue to doubt the existence of human-caused climate change. But they haven't stopped there.

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Climate Bill is Dead, Long Live the – Ah, F*ck It

Monday, August 2, 2010

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Climate Bill is Dead, Long Live the – Ah, F*ck It

In the wake of the brutal murder of any sort of climate and energy legislation in Congress late in July, many environmentalists immediately turned their attention to a next step. If Congress can't act this year, what should be done to start a substantial draw down on emissions and to stave off the most dire effects of global warming that threatens to spiral out of control? There are plenty of ideas out there, like... you know what? Screw it.

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