The Yawning Gap Between Climate Rhetoric and Climate Action

  Forbes.com 

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So long as we favor exhortation to act in the absence of practical actions that can meet real-world tests of policy and politics, climate change will continue to be a potent political symbol, but with little connection to actual decarbonization of the global economy.
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