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After 40 Years of Government Inaction on Climate, Have We Finally Turned a Corner?

Policy expert Gus Speth talks about Our Children’s Trust’s lawsuit, explaining the U.S.’s longtime knowledge of climate change even as it pushed fossil fuels. But now we’ve got a fighting chance.

Publication date: 2019-02-21
Parent publication: YES! Magazine
Publication URL: https://www.yesmagazine.org/planet/after-40-years-of-government-inaction-on-climate-have-we-finally-turned-a-corner-20190222

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