NYTimes: Time to Confront Climate Change

The New York Times continues to rebuke Obama for inaction on climate.

“In the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, he spoke only obliquely about the threat of rising seas and extreme weather events, both of which scientists have linked to a warming climate. Since his re-election, Mr. Obama has agreed to foster a “conversation” on climate change and an “education process” about long-term steps to address it. He needs to do a good deal more than that. Intellectually, Mr. Obama grasps the problem as well as anyone. The question is whether he will bring the powers of the presidency to bear on the problem.” [NYTimes]

3 thoughts on “NYTimes: Time to Confront Climate Change”

  1. The climate people just don’t get it the climate changes every day…..and the climate people can’t give you a good 6 months forecast….or 14 days for that matter……this one changes just like a prostitues panties; daily….in fact tomorrow at times is a problem for a forecast that is correct….///

  2. Actually, it is fast becomeing time for the climate eschatologists to confront the LACK of climate change. Like the Mayan Apocalypse, “Where IS it?”

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