What’s Next for Climate Policy?

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A large majority of Americans (77%) now believe that Congress and the president should make climate change a priority. Over the past two years however, discussion about establishing overarching national climate policy has been decidedly muted, if not nonexistent.

Hurricane Sandy hit, flooding the most populous region of the country and causing $30 billion in damages in the New York area alone. Suddenly, it became clear that ignoring climate change will cost us much more than doing something to address it.

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