8/28/2013

Climate activists love to talk about the need for tough emissions targets and carbon pricing, but their opposition to half-measures might be shutting down the messy political processes that could lead to a workable, if imperfect, climate strategy, argues David Roberts. "A real policy, no matter how kludged and compromised, is always more efficacious than a theoretical policy," Roberts writes.

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