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Ewire: Reading between the lines on Pruitt's climate comments

February 09, 2018
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's recent comments suggesting climate change is not “necessarily” a “bad thing” are generating some push-back from climate scientists and others who warn that without steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, some parts of the world will become “essentially unlivable.” The New York Times in a Feb. 8 article summarized several comments about climate change made by Pruitt since he joined EPA. He has long suggested it is difficult to measure humans' impact on climate change,...

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