Saturday, December 1, 2012

US Climate Change Policy: Hurricane Sandy, Drought and Rising Sea Levels (Video)



Hurricanes and drought in the US this year make it difficult for Americans to ignore the costs of climate change. It is hoped that President Barack Obama will elevate the national climate change conversation, but he is constrained by a Congress that is resistant to the idea of making climate change a national priority.

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