July 18, 2013

As Warming Stalls, Activists Talk Climate Change

DFR, RealClearMarkets

With an apparent stall in global warming, the focus among environmentalists has switched to "climate change," perhaps to justify President Obama's new environmental regulatory initiatives. . .

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TAGGED: RealClearMarkets, Global Warming, Climate Change, U.S. Energy Policy


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