During his climate speech at the United Nations today, Bill Clinton said,
If you’re an American, the best thing you can do is to make it politically unacceptable for people to engage in denial [about climate change]… I mean, it makes us — we look like a joke, right? You can’t win the nomination of one of the major parties in the country if you admit that the scientists are right? That disqualifies you from doing it? You could really help us there… We need the debate in America and every country between people who are a little bit to the right and people who are a little bit to the left about what the best way is to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, what is the best, most economical way to do it, what will get more done quicker
According to Politico, Clinton also,
… called the lack of debate in America on climate and energy policy “really tragic [and]… that it was impossible to make it politically unacceptable to deny climate change unless there is “enough evidence that it’s patently absurd.”
“So if you want to save the planet, the best way to rebuke the global warmers is to be able to point to every single solitary community to a specific example where changing the way we produce and consume energy increased, not decreased, employment,” he said.
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