Failing to address climate change threatens national security

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April 26, 2018

U.S. policymakers have a constitutional mandate to address climate change to ensure national security, writes Energy Institute Research Associate Todd Davidson in a new op-ed published in Fortune magazine. Davidson argues that three common excuses for failing to combat climate change – the science is uncertain; we cannot afford it; and other countries will keep polluting no matter what the U.S. does – are baseless and should be ignored. Read more.

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