July 1, 2013

How SCOTUS Hamstrung Warming Efforts

Anthony Flint, The Atlantic


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President Obama rolled out new initiatives to address global warming, vowing to shut down the worst-offending power plants and promote clean energy technology. That same morning, the Supreme Court potentially made it harder to prepare for climate change. . .

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