"We've been dealing with a Congress where a significant portion of the other party thinks there's no such thing as global warming," according to Vice ...
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It has become increasingly clear that achieving a serious, binding international emissions treaty is even more politically implausible a task than passing serious, binding domestic legislation.
As things stand, the single biggest obstacle to effective climate change mitigation is the lack of a comprehensive, international accord.
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