Carbon, Climate Policy, and the New Alchemy

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By Lee Epstein

The Problem, in a Nutshell

Unless you live under a rock, you know that most reputable geophysical scientists around the world, especially climatologists and those who study the near-Earth atmosphere, will tell you they are very worried about carbon.

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