Evidence this form of government and Constitution does not know how to address climate disruption


Evidence this form of government and Constitution does not know how to address let alone solve climate disruption …

Look at the topsy-turvy plight of Washington State’s Initiative 732 Carbon Fee-and-Dividend bill: Even people who think it’s a good idea cannot get out of each other’s way. Even James Hansen has a different take on it.

And, of course, there is also the matter of the previous blog post.

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