U.S. Republicans: critical thinking on climate change | Climate Etc.
The U.S. Senate Republicans on the Environment and Public Works Committee have issued a Minority Report entitled Critical Thinking on Climate Change.Paul Ehrlich to Congress in 1974: ‘If bad weather continues in the Midwest this year, and if the monsoon should fail this year in India, as it might, then I think you’re going to see the age of scarcity and many of the changes I’m talking about coming on next winter’ | Climate Depot
In case the Democrats are wondering why they are not making headway with climate/energy policy, this report pretty much lays it all out.
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