January 31, 2013

The Simple Reply to the 'Sophisticated Objection'

David Roberts, Grist Magazine


AP

Ever since climate change entered U.S. public consciousness — let’s date it to James Hansen’s 1988 testimony to Congress — one objection to national climate legislation has remained steady: It will hurt our country without benefiting the climate. . .

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