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Time to Find Common Ground: Climate Change



Peter Frumhoff

Union of Concerned Scientists

Posted: Jan 19, 2013


“Extreme heat, drought, storms, and other weather disasters are increasingly fueled by climate change and affect everyone regardless of political affiliation. Now two scientists — one who has usually voted for Republicans, the other for Democrats — have come together to urge leaders of both parties to find bipartisan solutions to human-caused climate change. Share this video—and urge Congress to find bipartisan solutions to climate change—at http://www.ucsusa.org/commonground.” -  Union of Concerned Scientists


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