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Climate Change We Can Believe In

December 4th, 2008 by Morgan J. Locke

So far, so good: Obama and his team are making strong, prominent statements about climate change as an important national security concern. This is very, very good news. With most trends happening faster than the models predict, and Kyoto about to expire, there is little enough time to act before the window closes and catastrophic change becomes inevitable.

Thank goodness the grown-ups are in charge.

Do us proud, Obama&Co. There won’t be time for a do-over.

Here’s the relevant podcast from PRI.

Posted in Environment, Politics, Science | 2 Comments »

2 Responses

  1. Madeleine Robins Says:

    That’s just it. Grownups who have a sense of humor but realize that this is serious business, not about posturing but about doing.

  2. Morgan J. Locke Says:

    Hear, hear.

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