November 7, 2012

Hurricane Sandy Showed the Way

Steven Anderson, Huffington Post


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As we clean up from the ravages of Hurricane Sandy, it behooves us to listen carefully to climate scientists who predict climate change will bring us more frequent and destructive storms like Sandy. Climate change is arguably the most pressing challenge we will face as a nation in the years ahead and we cannot let deliberate campaigns to undermine climate science -- as exposed last week by Frontline -- to derail what is a national and international imperative to confront the reality of our changing climate.

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TAGGED: Keystone XL Pipeline, Cornell University's Global Labor Institute, Hurricane Sandy

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