December 10, 2012

The Global Climate Scofflaw

James Traub, Foreign Policy Magazine


AP

Despite President Barack Obama's vow, in his first post-reelection press conference, to take decisive action on climate change, the global climate talks in Doha are dragging to a close with the United States, as usual, a target of activists' wrath. . .

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TAGGED: U.S. Environmental Policy, Global Carbon Emissions, Carbon Emissions, Foreign Policy Magazine

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