The recent elections in Australia weren't a referendum on climate change itself. And, for both Australia and the world, that's a good thing.
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In the U.S., political polarization has decimated what had long been the key political constituency in the Congress for environmental action, namely, the middle, including both moderate Republicans and moderate Democrats.
grist.orgI find it really hard to believe, but the perennial "carbon tax vs. cap-and-trade" debate is still going on. It goes on and on and on and it ...
Consumers will pay more for everything, a form of green inflation, notably in developed countries where environmental activists and laws are demanding responsiveness to concerns.
These days the siren song of a carbon tax fills the ear of many commentators who urge us to recognize its beauty and steer our ship in its direction.
Former Vice President Al Gore--now a Nobel Prize winner and the world's most prominent environmentalist--isn't looking for another job in Washington. ...
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