New view on global warming

02/08/1999
The science of global warming changed course last October, even if the politics of global warming did not. "Our most fateful new challenge is the threat of global warming," declared U.S. President Bill Clinton last month in his state-of-the-union address to Congress, holding climate-change politics stubbornly on an errant heading. "Nineteen ninety-eight was the warmest year ever recorded. Last year's heat waves, floods, and storms are but a hint of what future generations may endure if we do not act now." There's no sign of change here. These are the words of a national leader certain enough about the existence of a global-warming problem to want to raise taxes and s...
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