January 15, 2013

Paradox: Yes to Climate Change, But No to Nuclear

Keith Kloor, Slate


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James Hansen, NASA’s top climate scientist, is one of the most impassioned and trusted voices on global warming. People listen closely to what he says about how drastically the climate is changing.

But when Hansen suggests what to do about it, many of those same people tune him out. Some even roll their eyes.

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