The problem with climate change is increasingly shifting from “something future generations will need to address” to what we’re going to do … now. Imagine being a U.S. Senator, and wanting to enact some legislation you believe, with all your heart, will be extremely good for many, many people.
What are your chances of having that legislation enacted?
Your ideas might either be ignored or will stir debates and discussions in some committee. But your chances for achieving the vision you cherish may be near zero.… Keep reading