By MATT SHAPIRO This last week, I had a small conversation with Jason Emory Parker about climate change. I would say Emory is on “the left” and I’m on “the right” on this issue, but we...
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Rubio touched on the most important problem for any new president: the fact that trust in the government is nearly completely gone.
Many people think it is as simple as “We do something, the earth cools. We don’t do something, it warms.” A better way to think about it is “We are already on a path, heading in a certain direction with a certain velocity. Our actions may change that direction or speed a little, but it’s hard to say how much impact they will have.”
Her stance was, put simply: There’s not much we can do and letting climate change drive U.S. energy policy isn’t really worth the trade-off.