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Jeffrey D. Sachs Sees The Light on Climate Change

Or part of it, at least.

Jeffrey D. Sachs writes in “Climate Change after Bali“, Scientific American, March 2008

Climate control is not a morality play. It is mainly a practical and solvable technological challenge, which if met correctly, can be combined with the needs and aspirations for a growing global economy.

I do not mind about the technological side of all the “climate control” business. Futile or not, it is bound to bring some good results if only by serendipity.

Perhaps Sachs is not the only one realizing how much less resistance globalwarmers would meet, where they to stop trying to use Climate Change for moral or political blackmail.

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