How do we fix our climate?
The president of the National Academy of Sciences says that the “real question is what will be done about climate change.”
But the question has not been posed to the American public, which is why the National Academies was formed, and what the National Climate Assessment will look like, said Daniel Kriegel, a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
“The American public doesn’t want to hear it.
They want to have it answered.
And the American scientists want to know what the answers are.
But they’re not asking,” he said.
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